In AngularJS, the $sce.trustAsUrl function is used to mark a URL as trusted, allowing it to be used in contexts where Angular's strict contextual escaping (SCE) would otherwise prevent it. When using href attributes with JavaScript code, you can leverage $sce.trustAsUrl to ensure that the URL is considered safe by AngularJS.

Here's an example of how you can use $sce.trustAsUrl to safely use JavaScript code in an href attribute within AngularJS:


<a ng-href="{{trustedUrl}}">Click me</a>


angular.module('myApp', []) .controller('MyController', ['$scope', '$sce', function($scope, $sce) { var javascriptCode = "alert('Hello, world!');"; // Replace with your JavaScript code // Mark the URL as trusted using $sce.trustAsUrl $scope.trustedUrl = $sce.trustAsUrl("javascript:" + javascriptCode); }]);

In this example, we have an <a> tag with the ng-href directive binding to the trustedUrl scope variable. In the controller, we define the JavaScript code that should be executed when the link is clicked. We then use $sce.trustAsUrl to mark the URL as trusted by prepending it with "javascript:" and the JavaScript code.

By using $sce.trustAsUrl, AngularJS will consider the URL safe to use, and the JavaScript code will be executed when the link is clicked.

It's important to note that executing JavaScript code via href attributes can have security implications, so make sure to validate and sanitize any user-generated or untrusted JavaScript code before using it in this manner.

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