Alphabet Case Converter
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Alphabet Case Converter In JavaScript With Source Code

Project: Alphabet Case Converter In JavaScript With Source Code

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Alphabet Case Converter is a simple project developed using HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. This project is for converting your words or letters from lowercase to uppercase or vice versa. Here, you have to enter the letters in any case that you want to write. And, the result will be in another case that you have selected for the output. 

Making of the Project

This case Converter project is simply in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Taking about the features of this Converter, the user can enter alphabets of any case and see its conversion to the opposite case as per your wish. When you click the convert button, the program converts the words to the output base. Here, we use HTML and CSS for the layout of the project and javascript for the proper functioning of the system.

Also, this project includes a lot of javascript for making validations to certain parts of the project.

How To Run the Project?

To run this project you don’t need to have any kind of local server but yet a browser. We recommend you to use modern browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox for better performance. To execute the project, first, open the project in your browser by clicking the index.html file. Also, the Alphabet Case Converter In JavaScript with source code is free to download and use for educational purposes only.

For the project demo, you can look at the video below:

https://youtu.be/eCFMgGRGFi0
project demo

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If stuck or need help with this project as per your need, just comment down below and we will do our best to answer your question ASAP.

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