How can I use create a Web worker from a string (which is supplied via a POST request)?  One way I can think of, but I'm not sure how to implement it, is by creating a data-URI from the server response, and passing that to the Worker constructo...
Following the questions:   Javascript or Flash export to CSV/Excel  Is it possible to use any HTML5 fanciness to export local storage to Excel?   and as suggested, I'm thinking about generating a CSV file content in the client and then use a Data...
I’m trying to implement mixin customizing underline of text, like polyfill for CSS3 text-decoration properties: line, style, color, which are not supported yet by browsers.  My idea is to perform painting proper line in canvas, then convert it to d...
When I attempt to set an image to use a data url via JavaScript (from this question), it does not appear to work in IE8.  The page in that first link has: <img id="foo" src="alphaball.png"> On line 25, this JavaScript code execu...
I am trying to grab an image from an interactive map using dataURI. That image is then appended to a new window layout for printing.  This works in Firefox and Chrome but not in IE11 or Edge which both throw errors. IE: "HierarchyRequestError"...
I need to display content in a sandboxed view, mostly a full html document (<html>...</html>). I'm using a sandboxed iframe with src datauri.     var    iframe = document.createElement('iframe'),   content = '<html>&...
I want to generate images consisting of a label and an icon. The label part is going to vary a lot (50-100) while there are about 10 icons. I would like to make the final images in a modular way by splitting the final image in two parts, a label imag...
I am writing open-source Falloutish 2 game in PHP+HTML+CSS+JavaScript. Right now dealing with the engine. I have this gif: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/4258402/nmwarrgb_e.gif  ...which I want to convert to Data URI. I need to do this because b...
I know you can include css and images, among other file types, which have been stored in base64 form within a javascript file.  However, those are decently huge...  and gzipped, they shrink down a LOT, even with the ~33% overhead from base64 encoding...
I have tried to search an answer for this all over. It seems pretty straightforward, but my lack of knowledge of Javascript (Been coding in Java all along) combined with Image stream conversion on Javascript side makes this hard.  I make a REST reque...

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