here is some part of my code  xmlhttp.open("GET", theUrl, true); document.imglive.innerHTML = '<img src="data:image/jpeg,' + xmlhttp.responseText + '"/>';   that don´t seem to work. i also tried  document.imgliv...
I have to read a binary file which is said to be encoded 4 byte single format and never having to work with binary data, I don't know what this means.  I can do this reading a file with binary data in JavaScript:   d = new FileReader();  d.onload...
I am working on a web app that opens binary files and allows them to be edited.  This process is basically ondrop -> dataTransfer.files[0] -> FileReader -> Uint8Array  Essentially, I want to be able to save the modified file back as a binary...
I want to read a binary file in JavaScript that would be gotten through XMLHttpRequest and be able to manipulate that data. From my researching I discovered this method of reading a binary file data into an array  var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr....
I want to read the binary data of an image and then save it again to my local disk with JavaScript.   I wrote a small demo that shows this use-case. To read the file I use readAsBinaryString from the File Reader API (HTML5) to get the binary data....
I'm making an ajax call to an API that returns binary data. I'm wondering if its possible to take that binary data and display it for the client in a new window? This is what I'm doing right now. The problem is, the document opens up, but...
I want to design and write a 3d image viewing web application in JavaScript. I've already written it in java and flash and basically want to port it. I want the 3d image export files to be in a binary format just like the Java and flash versions...
I need to save a large set of client-side generated data (binary) to the client system. I looked at creating a Data URI, but the datasize is large (an app-generated image PDF files of 100+ pages). Is there some other way to do this other than a Data...
I recently started building a bookmarklet that displays the EXIF data of any image on a website. I chose to use Nihilogic's binary.js and exif.js libraries. For images hosted on the same domain as the parent page, the script works wonderfully. Bu...
I have a jrmxl (Jasper report) file stored in a postgresql database in a binary format (bytea). I'm trying to read that file and convert it into a plain jrmxl (XML) file and save it on the disk.  Here is what i've tried so far   var fs = requ...

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