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Consider adding the HTML entities from w3scools #5546
Going through my application, I stumble upon more occurrences. This is a rather frustrating uphill battle :-/
I really get the argument for keeping the list and thus the file size small, but I also have to tell my web designer colleague that he cannot use the HTML entities he knows.
says that you need to use either the decimal or hexadecimal representation of the html entity. I'm sure there's a reason why alphabetic representations aren't supported. Angular has now its own HTML parser, maybe this is to support more entities instead of maintaining all possible alphabetic version.
Maybe @vsavkin can tell what the reasoning is.
referenced this issue
Dec 2, 2015
I just had that problem too. I understand that this looks to be a feature and not a bug, but it is very disappointing.
Angular is supposed to be "HTML enhanced for web apps!", and this clearly does not enhance HTML.
So, I just hope this is a temporary limitation, and not a final feature. Can anyone from the team confirm?