When in doubt, use brute force


Translate 64 is a Java application that converts files to their Base64 equivalents. The resulting string is copied to the clipboard.
In some particular cases, I had to embed files within PHP scripts, e.g., an image or script. PHP can easily decode a Base64 string, so I decided to write a simple application to generate the proper strings.

Do the chicken dance


This application is licensed under the New BSD License. I want to call your attention to the fact that the New BSD License has been verified as a GPL-compatible free software license by the Free Software Foundation, and has been vetted as an open source license by the Open Source Initiative.

They are not bugs


I wrote Translate 64 while keeping in mind all of these features: (a) Pretty simple and concise code. No huge blocks of code, keeping it short and functional. (b) Very intuitive interface, thinking on developers. No buttons, just drag and drop your files! (c) Written on an interpreted language, runs everywhere. No external calls, 100% pure Java.
You can help me improve that code if you want. Source code is fully available. Just open the project in your favorite IDE. Have fun with Translate 64!

I can haz downwebz


Translate 64 is licensed under the New BSD License. You may download the application in the compiled format or the source code as well. Please check the available releases in the project page hosted at SourceForge.net. You may also contribute with code if you want.



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