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Author Topic: Moving base64 between PHP and js  (Read 83 times)


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Moving base64 between PHP and js
« on: 16 Aug 2023, 04:33:29 am »
So since all can be seen on source view i had an idea to send my data in base64 encoded from PHP to js and then decode it in js and process it.  Yeah i know, you can still see it in the console js if you know what to look for lol.   But then i read this..

And so i am sort of glad that i did not do it, as it looks like it would be one great big pain in the butt to even mess with it.    I guess this is just another reason that people hate js because sometimes it requires a workaround to get what should be easy to do because of its outdated original structure.  I guess structures of that kind cant be fixed they just have to be walked around.


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