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Project Summary

HTMLColors is an open-source Java class that contains a collection of static methods to manipulate and convert java.awt.Color objects into HTML hexadecimal color representation (#RRGGBB) and vice versa.
This class extend the com.tecnick.htmlutils Java package that provides a collection of utilities to create, parse and convert HTML/XHTML documents.

The HTMLColors class is useful at least in three common development situations:
creation of Web-based documents (HTML, XHTML, CSS, ...);
parsing and processing Web-based documents (HTML, XHTML, CSS, ...);
store and retrieve colors information on text-based configuration files (TXT, XML, HTML, ...); this last case means that this class can be virtually used in any Java-based application that uses colors.

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javascript web

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HTML
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XML
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JavaScript
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2 Other
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30 Day Summary

Jun 23 2016 — Jul 23 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 23 2015 — Jul 23 2016

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