Base64 Encoder

Base64 Encoding: A Comprehensive Guide

What is Base64 Encoding?

Base64 encoding is a method for converting binary data to an ASCII string format by translating it into a radix-64 representation.


  • Converts binary data to text format for safe transport over systems that are not 8-bit safe.
  • Commonly used for encoding data that goes over a network connection.
  • Offers a way to encode binary data in XML and JSON files.

Applications of Base64 Encoding

  • Data URIs in web development
  • Encoding binary data for transfer over text-based protocols
  • Storing complex data in databases
  • Authorization headers in web APIs

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