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NANY 2018 Release: BaseImage

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BGM:
NANY 2018 Entry Information
Application Name BaseImage Version 1.0 Short Description Small utility for easily creating base64 encoded images Supported OSes Windows 7 Web Page Online Documentation Download Link Download Baseimage System Requirements Only works on Windows Version History
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Description
This is a little gui to let you create base64 encoded images. You can drag-n-drop an image onto its window and then choose to either export to file or copy to the clipboard. You can copy just the base64 code, or an html img tag, or a full html page.

Features

* Generates base-64 encoded html img tags from a given image file
* Easy-to use, simple interface
* Drag-n-Drop
* Built-in demo
* Copy just the image tag or just the code
* Export to html file
* Export img tag to file
* Autonaming
* Use Custom HTML Template
* Tray Icon Support
Planned Features
Nothing yet.

Screenshots

Please visit the documentation page for more images

Usage
Installation
Just extract the zip file to a folder and run the exectuable.

Using the Application
Run baseimage.exe and select Run Demo from the Tools Menu.
Or, drag your own image onto the window and select Export html to file from the File Menu (html files normally open in your browser).  Then, in your browser, view source.

Uninstallation
Just exit the application and delete all the files.

Known Issues
No issues yet.

mouser:
Great to see another NANY 2018 entry -- keep 'em coming!

BGM:
Hey! Anybody try this out for me?  I guess nobody is interested in something like this?  I know it's a bit specialized.

mouser:
I must admit I have never heard of base64-encoded html images -- but it looks neat.  I'm sure someone will find it useful!
Welcome to the club of writing programs and waiting a long time for your first user -- I've been there, I am there :)

skwire:
I must admit I have never heard of base64-encoded html images -- but it looks neat.-mouser (December 31, 2017, 02:23 PM)
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Me, neither.  However, I did have a play with it and it works as designed.  I dragged an image, copied the img tag to a page on my website, and it worked perfectly.  Pretty cool, actually, when you think about it.  I could see using this instead of actual image files which would make it MUCH easier to move webpages that used static images.  I just might make extensive use of this when I move my current site to the new DC server.

Very cool, BGM.  Thank you for sharing.

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