Camel Case

Camel case (sometimes stylized as camelCase or CamelCase; also known as camel caps or more formally as medial capitals) is the practice of writing phrases without space or punctuation, indicating the separation of words with a single capitalized letter, and the first word beginning with either case. Common examples are "iPhone" "JavaScript" and "eBay" It is also sometimes used in online user names such as "johnSmith" and to make multi-word domain names more legible, e.g. in advertisements.

Capitalize

capitalize sentences online : Capitalizes the first letter of a word or phrase

Decapitalize

Decapitalize sentences online : decapitalizes the first letter of a word or phrase

Kebab-Case

Kebab Case (kebab-case) online : Kebab case combines words by replacing each space with a dash (-)
Example :

Raw : Hello World
Kebab Case : hello-world

Lower Case

online lowercase string : Convertes the word or sentece in to lower case.

Snake_Case

online Snake_Case convert : Snake case combines words by replacing each space with an underscore (_) and, in the all caps version, all letters are capitalized.

Swap Case

swap case online : Swaps the case of a phrase or a word

Title Case

title case converter online : Makes the first letter of each word in a phrase capitalize

Upper Case

upper case online converter : The Upper Case converter will take any text and will convert all the letters in to Upper Case. All lower case letters will be made into CAPITALS.