Tag Archives: utf-8

JavaScript file encodings

All text files have a character encoding regardless of whether you explicitly declare it. JavaScript files are no exception. This article describes both how and why you should declare an encoding when importing script files into an HTML document. JavaScript’s Character Model A JavaScript engine’s internal character set is Unicode. The Ecmascript 5.1 Standard standard… Read More »

Best practices for character sets

You may not understand every language, but that doesn’t mean your applications can’t. Regardless of your customer’s language choice, your application should be able to process, transfer, and store their data. Even if you don’t provide a localized user interface, your application should allow your customer to enter text in their own language and in… Read More »