Yeah, if you ever see (const void*, size_t size) as the parameter, you gotta convert whatever data you’re dealing with into a MemoryBlock first and then mb.getData(), mb.getSize() as the args. And use those stream methods that write to and read from a MemoryBlock
Yea the thought with trying to use the InputStream from the file was to conserve on memory. With the memory block, I’m copying the file contents into a memory buffer, then when I convert it to Base64 and put it into a String, then i’m pretty much making another copy of that and storing that in memory also. Finally, I stuff it into a URL object (where it possibly gets copied again?), so a 50mb file might take up to 150mb of memory?
Maybe I should call mb.reset() right after I convert it to a Base64 string.