So I got a base64 text which I’m supposed to decode and I thought “Ok! Let me use `base64` binary on terminal and write a small script which I will run when I need to decode it”.. Wait, I need to drop this script in binary path so that I can use it as a command without absolute/relative path traverse when in middle of work.
So far so good.. but it struck me that my browsers are always open and get this text from a url. Why don’t I skip all this and do this on the browser… is it possible?
Let’s say my base64 code is ZmFjZWJvb2suY29tL2Rhcy5zcmlrcmlzaG5hDQp0d2l0dGVyLmNvbS9zcmlrcmlzaG5hZGFz
Open a tab and on url type
Wolah! Done. 😀
Think Different! 😉
Read more on MIME types here – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_media_type