The Question : 141 people think this question is useful Here is my code: The top imageUrl declartion is taking in a Base64 image string, and I want to convert it into an image. I think my set of code only works for images like “www.mysite.com/test.jpg” not for a Base64 string. Anybody have some suggestions?
The Question : 566 people think this question is useful Purely out of curiosity, which browsers does Base64 image embedding work in? What I’m referring to is this. I realize it’s not usually a good solution for most things, as it increases the page size quite a bit – I’m just curious. Some examples: HTML:
The Question : 706 people think this question is useful I’m having trouble displaying a Base64 image inline. Can someone point me in the right direction? The Question Comments : developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Basics_of_HTTP/… Does the image extension matter in the src To anyone reading this question and its answers… consider whether or not you actually need base64
The Question : 478 people think this question is useful I was looking at the source of a greasemonkey userscript and noticed the following in their css: I can appreciate that a greasemonkey script would want to bundle anything it can within the source as opposed to host it on a server, that’s obvious enough.
问题内容: I am having trouble getting an image saved to the database with Rails 5 API and carrierwave-base64. I have read around on stack and the docs and cant find a solution. I am passing the image to the Rails API as a base64 string from angular. The image is definitely being encoded as I