Base64 Image Vs Svg. Please note that the SVG to Base64 encoder accepts any images types with a. Vector graphics editors that support SVG usually have an option for saving with images embedded.
Plus tools like LESS include the SVG as base64 by default when you want a data-uri. Heres a full example from the SVG. Hence the size of SVG is usually much lower than JPGPNGGIF.
Plus tools like LESS include the SVG as base64 by default when you want a data-uri.
Note that the serialized string generated by the XMLSerializer will return the plain SVG so encoded into base64 we would obtain the plain base64 data. Seeing as an. We optimize and encode in base64. This removes the need for a HTTP request to an external svg file which might slow down page load.