PNG2Base64Encoder - plugin detail

NB module for PNG to Base64 encoding

NetBeans Plugin - PNG2Base64Encoder
Plugin owner: xolmc
Website: dnatenberg@gmail.com
Added: 2011-08-01
License: CDDL
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 2,282 times
Rating:
 4.42, by 4 users

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Introduction

This plugin allow to encode PNG images to base64 strings. Base64 strings are easy for import into SVG files. xlink:href attribute of image tag in SVG file may contain a path to image on disk, but instead of this also the image itself, converted into a Base64 string. Building in images into SVG files achieve independence from locally saved images, so an SVG file may be used outside the disk where included images saved.

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User Comments

  

NBM & An IDE Button & GIF/JPEG/PNG

Would Be Nice To Have It As A NBM Plugin File. A button In The IDE Menu Bar To Convert And Paste It Directly To The Cursor Position In The Source Code Editor. And Also GIF & JPEG File Support.
Posted by shamim8888 on Dec 27, 2015
  

nbm

would be nice to have it as a nbm plugin file.
Posted by jannemec on Feb 22, 2012
  

One line export

Please integrate an option to export the base64 as one single line. In a CSS-file, it is invalid if there are line breaks.
Posted by markuszeller on Feb 07, 2012
  

Rename to PNG2Base64

I think the name PNG2SVG is a bit confusing to me, because it generates base64.
Posted by markuszeller on Feb 07, 2012
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