To encode and decode a string in Base64 in Java, you can use the java.util.Base64 class.
To convert a Base64 string to an image file in PHP, you can use the base64_decode() function to decode the Base64 string and then save it as an image file using file_put_contents().
To decode base64 data in Java, you can use the Base64.Decoder class introduced in Java 8. Here's an example of how to use it:
To encode a string as Base64 in Java, you can use the java.util.Base64 class. Here's an example of how you can use the Base64 class to encode a string:
To convert an image to base64 encoding in PHP, you can use the base64_encode() function
In this snippet, we’re going to demonstrate how you can display Base64 images in HTML. Use the HTML <img> element to embed Base64 encoded image into HTML.
To decode a base64 encoded image string and save it as a JPG file in PHP, you can use the following code: