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SmugWimp
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04/13/15 07:33 AM (5 years ago)

Mac Users: Breezy is Free for a limited time... Base64 encoding of images.

Not sure if it's something you would be interested in, but it can't hurt.

"Breezy" is a small lightweight app that, upon launch sits in your menu.

You 'drag' an image onto the menu bar icon, and it converts it into base64, eliminating the need for additional image uploads, or includes.

For instance, instead of your CSS using an image like:

background-image: url('myImage.png');

and having to upload/include an image, it would convert it into a base 64 text equivelent:

background-image: url(data:image/png;base64,iVBORw...literally thousands of characters...ABJRU5ErkJggg==);

without having to include an image. Efficient, and light.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/breezy/id627880733?mt=12

Cheers!

-- Smug
 
AlanMac
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04/13/15 07:54 AM (5 years ago)
Thanks Smug, I'll give it a go, the price seems right! Alan
 
Arubaman
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04/14/15 10:00 PM (5 years ago)
Looks handy, have to grab it while free, thanks.
 

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