I have a base64 encoded string.
How can I write this base64 encoded string to a file?
I am building an open search add-on for Firefox/IE and the image needs to be Base64 Encoded so how can I base 64 encode the favicon I have?
I am only familiar with PHP
For the sake of simplicity, suppose I'm developing a mobile app like Instagram. Users can download images from the server, and upload images of their own. Currently the server stores all images (in reality, just small thumbnails) in a MySQL database as BLOBs. It seems that the most common way to transfer images is by using Base64 encoding, which leaves me with two options:
Clearly, option #1 requires significantly more processing on the server, as images must be encoded/decoded with every single request. This makes me lean toward option #2, but some research has suggested that storing Base64 in MySQL is much less efficient than storing the image directly as BLOB, and is generally discouraged.
I'm certainly not the first person to encounter this situation, so does anybody have suggestions on the best way to make this work?
I have a SOAP client in PHP that makes calls to a WSDL service. One of the functions returns a base64binary data. I've been trying to decode it without any luck.
base64_decode($encoded_base64data) will not work. I tried using base_convert() and mv_convert_encoding() with various parameters, but could not get a proper result.
The encoded result data starts with:
(the data is much longer, this is just a small portion of the string)
Any idea how it could be done?
I've extended the SoapClient with a new __doRequest() method to check that the received data is a proper base64 string. I got a proper base64 encoded string, and the result shown above is the decoded response.
Anyhow, the string was decoded automatically by the SoapClient from base64 to binary (as @hakre suggested), so I only have to deal with the binary response.
Now what I need is to decode the binary string into something that would look like a readable format. The final response should contain Georgian output, so I'm trying to figure out the original encoding (but that's a different question).
I am making program using Protocol buffer and smack.
smack (xmpp) only can transfer string type data. and protocol buffer can produce byte array data.so, i do this
then every values are perfect without
Integer type value.the value of
Integer is changed.the values are in
for instance converting
string abc = "hello" int age = 13300 to
string abc = "hello" int age = 217014255
only int is changed
what is the problem?