Decode Base64 strings and show the file, and encode files to Base64 strings.
You can decode Base64 strings corresponding to :
Other formats might be added in the future. When the Base64 string corresponds to a PDF file, a second column, next to the PDF viewer, is added, showing all text elements and images found in the PDF file. Even if the file can't be displayed (due to VSCode limitations, if it is a video for instance), the decoded file can easily be saved on your computer with the click of a button.
You can encode any file to a Base64 string. When encoding a PDF file, you can switch the view between the Base64 string and a list of text elements and images found in the file. The Base64 string can easily be used by copying it to your clipboard with the click of a button.
Two commands are available (access them using the command pallete:
The extension supports English and French languages, based on your VSCode set language. More languages might be added in the future.
See CHANGELOG for more information.
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