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  • 94,348 total downloads
  • last updated 5/6/2020
  • Latest version: 2.0.0
  • base64 url
Library for url-compatible base64 encoding/decodin
Aspose.Words for .NET is a Document Processing library that allows developers to work with documents in many popular formats without needing Office Automation. Users can perform a wide variety of document tasks, ranging from simply converting documents from one supported format to another and... More information
A convenience wrapper struct for dealing with URL-safe Base64 encoded globally unique identifiers (GUID), making a shorter string value (22 vs 36 characters long). As of version 2.0.0, `ShortGuid` performs a sanity check when decoding strings to ensure they haven't been tampered with, i.e. allowing... More information
A library for base64 encoding / decoding, as well as base64url support. For .NET Core 3.0 onwards encoding / decoding is done with SIMD-support.
BaseNEncodings.Net is a general base16, base32, base64 encodings library for .NET 2.0+, which is according to RFC 4648. Full details can be found on the project page here: https://github.com/wallf/BaseNEncodings.Net
Exemplo: MyConvert.ToMd5("Seu Nome"); ou MyCheck.CheckCnpj("00.000.000/0001-00")
Standards based implementations of various Base32 and Base64 encoding/decoding methods. These are designed to encode binary data to plain text, and decode the resulting text back to the original binary. This is useful when you need to transfer binary data through technologies that only support text... More information
CaveSystems BaseX Bibliothek. This packages contains base32 base64 and general baseX conversion classes.
  • 5,927 total downloads
  • last updated 7/31/2018
  • Latest version: 1.0.1
  • base64 url safe
Performs base64url encoding which differs from regular base64 encoding as follows. Padding is skipped so the pad character '=' doesn't have to be percent encoded. The 62nd and 63rd regular base64 encoding characters ('+' and '/') are replace with ('-' and '_') The changes make the encoding alphabet... More information