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kandi X-RAY | base64-js Summary
This script encodes to and decodes from base64. It allows you to specify a few parameters:.
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I have the following code I want to run from a Lambda function (node.js v12 runtime):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 02:40
Twilio developer evangelist here.
You're using a Lambda function marked
async, which will return as soon as all processing is done within the function, including asynchronous processing as long as it uses the
await keyword . The issue is that you make the call to the Twilio API, which is an asynchronous function, but do not use
await, so the processing finishes straight after and the Lambda function is over.
AWS actually pauses the JS event loop and resumes it when the Lambda is called again, so you might even find messages being delivered seconds or minutes after you run the function, like this questioner did.
The way to solve it is to
await the result of the call to the API. You can then wrap this in a
try/catch to recover from errors, rather than using
I have written below code which is fetching 3 documents , from that document i want to display only specific filed excluding the other field...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-15 at 12:59
For official node.js MongoDB driver. The syntax for projection is like this
I am new to React and want to display an image downloaded as binary data. I download the image data from api call to adobe lightroom api. The api call works since the image is displayed in Postman without problems. I can also save the image data to a jpeg-file and it is displayed ok.
In React I want to do
and for that to work I need to convert the binary data to a base64 encoded string. When i convert the downloaded jpeg using
cat image.jpeg|base64 > base64.txt the resulting string works in my React app.
But when I try
var theImage = btoa(binarydata) in React I get
Unhandled Rejection (InvalidCharacterError): Failed to execute 'btoa' on 'Window': The string to be encoded contains characters outside of the Latin1 range.
After searching the issue I try use
var theImage = btoa(unescape(encodeURIComponent( binarydata ))) and similar proposed solution but resulting strings from those does not turn out to be a valid base64 encodings of the jpeg as it seem (I try the result from the conversions in online base64->image services and no image is shown). I have also tried other proposed solution such as base64-js and js-base64 libraries and non of those create a valid base64 valid image that can be shown in my React code.
How do you convert jpeg binary data to valid Base64 image encoding when
btoa throws latin1 exception?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-03 at 07:55
You've said you're using
axios.get to get the image from the server. What you'll presumably get back will be a
Blob, etc., but it depends on what you do with the response you get from
I don't use
axios (never felt the need to), but you can readily get a
data URI for binary data from the server via
I included a lot of background information to help you answer this question, however you can skip down to the heading called 'Questions' to skip to the main point.Background
I'm new to using Cordova, and I'm new to an existing Cordova project I want to further develop. As a result, when I look at the project files, I am not sure what are choices made by the previous developers and what are choices made automatically by Cordova. I suspect that Cordova generates a lot of files that are not created by the application developers because in my case there are over 7900 files including source code and README's, and the application was previously (to my knowledge at least) developed by only one person.
While many questions could be asked from that perspective, I would like to narrow in on a specific question to avoid being too broad. I've noted that are many files within the path structure called
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-06 at 18:37
You should edit
The other two files are created during the build process. A built Cordova app will have all
www folder contents inside an android app structure, that's why they are inside
index.js files are there because it's a Node.js pattern
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