fixed-image-to-base64

2.2.0 • Public • Published

image-to-base64

Generate a base64 code from an image through a URL or a path.

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About

It's a thing you can use in many situations, for example you can just save the base64 string in your database and increment it in the front-end with the <img> tag in HTML.

Getting Started

Installation:

npm i -S image-to-base64

Code Example:

const imageToBase64 = require('image-to-base64');
//or
//import imageToBase64 from 'image-to-base64/browser';

imageToBase64("path/to/file.jpg") // Path to the image
    .then(
        (response) => {
            console.log(response); // "cGF0aC90by9maWxlLmpwZw=="
        }
    )
    .catch(
        (error) => {
            console.log(error); // Logs an error if there was one
        }
    )

Remember that you can also use an image URL as a parameter.

Code Example:

imageToBase64("https://whatever-image/") // Image URL
    .then(
        (response) => {
            console.log(response); // "iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSwCAIA..."
        }
    )
    .catch(
        (error) => {
            console.log(error); // Logs an error if there was one
        }
    )

Browser Usage

You can import image-to-base64 using the <script> tag in HTML.

Code Example:

<script src="node_modules/image-to-base64/image-to-base64.min.js"></script>

Now you can use the module normally as in the JS examples above, but you can only use a URL and not a path.

LICENSE

MIT © 2017 RENAN.BASTOS

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