Base64 to Javascript

Decode Base64 to JavaScript code. Simplify integration and usage of Base64-encoded JavaScript content in projects effortlessly.

Base64 to Javascript

Converting Base64 to JavaScript involves decoding the Base64 string representation into its original JavaScript content. This process allows you to retrieve the original JavaScript code from its Base64-encoded form.

Here are the steps for Base64 to JavaScript conversion:

  1. Decode the Base64 string: Decode the Base64-encoded string to obtain the binary representation of the JavaScript content.

  2. Convert binary to JavaScript: Convert the binary data into its original JavaScript content.

Here are some uses of Base64 to JavaScript conversion:

  • Data Decoding: Base64 to JavaScript conversion is primarily used to decode Base64-encoded JavaScript content and retrieve the original JavaScript code.
  • Dynamic Content: Base64-encoded JavaScript content can be dynamically generated and executed in web pages or web applications, especially when the JavaScript code needs to be generated on the fly or stored in a compact format.
  • Data Transmission: Base64 encoding is often used for transmitting binary data over text-based protocols, such as HTTP or email. Converting Base64 data to JavaScript allows for efficient transmission of JavaScript code in environments where only text data is supported.

Here are three example inputs and their corresponding outputs:

  1. Input: YWxlcnQoIkhlbGxvLCBXb3JsZCEiKTs=

    • Output: alert("Hello, World!");
  2. Input: ZnVuY3Rpb24gYWRkKGEsIGIpIHsgcmV0dXJuIGEgKyBiOyB9

    • Output: function add(a, b) { return a + b; }
  3. Input: Y29uc29sZS5sb2coIlRoaXMgaXMgYSB0ZXN0Lg==

    • Output: console.log("This is a test.");

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