Allows iMacros for Firefox scripts to download remote binary resources and encode them as base64 strings. This could be useful for downloading files and then uploading them to other services
npm install -S download-base64-imacros
var downloadBase64 =var url = ''
To run scrape.js in Firefox execute the command
browserify scrape.js -o scrape_bundle.js
Then open up Firefox and run the scrape_bundle.js script. It is very import that you run scrape_bundle.js. Trying to execute scrape.js directly will not work
Browserify is a command-line tool which bundles js files into a single file so that you can use CommonJS style require(...) statements in your code. Get it by installing node and npm and then execute
[sudo] npm install -g browserify