rollup-plugin-image-base64

Import JPG, PNG and GIF images as base64 strings

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rollup-plugin-image-base64
Import JPG, PNG, GIF and SVG files. Fork of rollup-plugin-image to skip the part in which a new Image() is created and just return the base64 as String

Installation

```bash npm install --save-dev rollup-plugin-image-base64 ```

Usage

```js // rollup.config.js import imageBase64 from 'rollup-plugin-image-base64'; export default { entry: 'src/index.js', dest: 'dist/my-lib.js', plugins:
imageBase64()
}; ``` You can now use images in your bundle like so: ```js import logo from './rollup.png'; console.log(logo); // base64 of image as String ``` Images are encoded using base64, which means they will be 33% larger than the size on disk. You should therefore only use this for small images where the convenience of having them available on startup (e.g. rendering immediately to a canvas without co-ordinating asynchronous loading of several images) outweighs the cost.

License

MIT Original code by Rich Harris