he – Robust HTML Entity Encoder/Decoder with JavaScript

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he (for “HTML entities”) is a robust HTML entity encoder/decoder written in JavaScript.

It supports all standardized named character references as per HTML, handles ambiguous ampersands and other edge cases just like a browser would, has an extensive test suite, and handles astral Unicode symbols just fine.

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