One of the ways to protect your code is to obfuscate it to encrypt the code and make it unreadable.
- Protect your code and intellectual property.
- Compact js to also make file size smaller and increase page speed.
- Work with jQuery!, NODE. …
- Always to preserve the operational qualities of the code.
You can’t. The browser needs the JS code in order to be executed on the page. I tried to think about good cases when you would actually need to hide the code from the user but it doesn’t seem to make a lot of sense since JS is a part of the webpage.
How do I protect my HTML code?
Your only true options for protection involve copyrighting the code and, potentially, filing a patent. If what you are doing is truly different, then a patent is probably the best way to go.