Tools for dealing with DataURLs
$ npm install dataurl
Parses a dataurl string. Returns an object with three properties:
data: unencoded data
mimetype: mimetype of the data, something like
charset: charset of the data, if specified
If the input string isn't a valid dataURL, returns
Creates a Read/Write Stream for encoding data as a DataURL.
Options expects up to three properties:
Resulting stream will emit a data event for the header, then emit 'data' events for each chunk (base64 encoded, if necessary) as they pass through.
Converts some data to a dataurl string. Options expects up to four properties
encoded: Optional, whether to base64 encode the data. Defaults to
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