HTML Encoder / Decoder - Converts characters to their corresponding HTML Entities
# Using npmnpm install --save html-encoder-decoder# Using yarnyarn add html-encoder-decoder
const HTMLDecoderEncoder = ;let encoded = null;console;// => Copyright © Ionică Bizău <firstname.lastname@example.org>console;// => Copyright © Ionică Bizău <email@example.com>
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Decodes an encoded string.
input: The encoded string.
- String The decoded string.
Encodes a string.
input: The string that must be encoded.
- String The encoded string.
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💫 Where is this library used?
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3abn—A 3ABN radio client in the terminal.
jsfiddle—JSFiddle API for NodeJS
jsfiddle-api—JSFiddle API for NodeJS
nexusmods.js(by AlexejheroYTB)—Gets information about mods from nexusmods.com
showdown-highlight(by Bloggify)—A Showdown extension for highlight the code blocks.
static-gfm(by David Hamilton)—Generate a static HTML from markdown using GitHub Flavored Markdown