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base64-js 1.5.1

Base64 encoding/decoding in pure JS
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does base64-js do?

Base64-js is a pure JavaScript module that provides basic base64 encoding and decoding functionality. While many browsers already support base64 encoding/decoding for text data, base64-js brings this functionality to all-purpose binary data, thus significantly expanding the use cases for base64 operations.

How do you use base64-js?

The base64-js module is simple to install and use. You can install it with npm using the command npm install base64-js. After its installation, it can be included in your JavaScript files using var base64js = require('base64-js').

Working with base64-js is quite simple as it exposes three primary functions byteLength, toByteArray and fromByteArray.

var base64js = require('base64-js');

// Assuming you have a base64 string, you can get the byte length as follows:
var base64String = 'your-base64string';
var byteLength = base64js.byteLength(base64String);
console.log(byteLength); // Outputs byte length of the string

// To get the byte array from a base64 string
var byteArray = base64js.toByteArray(base64String);
console.log(byteArray); // Outputs the byte array

// To convert a byte array to a base64 string
var byteArr = new Uint8Array([1, 2, 3]);
var base64Str = base64js.fromByteArray(byteArr);
console.log(base64Str); // Outputs the base64 string

The byteLength function takes a base64 string and returns the length of the byte array. The toByteArray function takes a base64 string and returns a byte array. Conversely, the fromByteArray function takes a byte array and returns a base64 string.

Where are the base64-js docs?

As for the base64-js documentation, while it doesn't appear to have its own standalone website, the most comprehensive and updated descriptions, examples and usage guidelines can be found directly on its GitHub page at beatgammit/base64-js.