Simple module that converts a string to base64 (for educational purposes)
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base64-encode-string

An ultra-basic module that just converts a string to its base64 equivalent. Designed to demonstrate how to build a JavaScript package for both Node and the browser.

Usage

npm install base64-encode-string
var b64encode = require('base64-encode-string');
b64encode('foo');    // Zm9v
b64encode('foobar'); // Zm9vYmFy

Design

src/index.js contains the "source" JavaScript, which is then built with Rollup using a prepublish script. To see the output JS files that get shipped when you npm install, check out unpkg.