Available in all subroutines.
Returns a Base64-encoded representation of string
s that is suitable
for use in URLs and is suitable for decoding by
For URL-safety, instances of
+ are replaced with
and instances of
/ are replaced with
The alphabet used is:
This function does not length-pad the output string.
for details on the structure of Base64 encoding. In particular,
note that it is possible for two input strings to encode to the same
declare local var.base64url_nopad_encoded STRING;set var.base64url_nopad_encoded = digest.base64url_nopad("Καλώς ορίσατε");# var.base64url_nopad_encoded is now "zprOsc67z47PgiDOv8-Bzq_Pg86xz4TOtQ"
Try it out
digest.base64url_nopad is used in the following solution recipes, which show real world use cases. Click RUN to provision a Fastly service, execute the code on Fastly, and see how the function behaves.
Base64 URL path segments
Unknown data in URL paths can result in invalid URLs, but base64url is designed to be URL-safe.
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