buffer - The buffer module from node.js, for the browser.

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With browserify, simply require('buffer') or use the Buffer global and you will get this module.The goal is to provide an API that is 100% identical to node's Buffer API. Read the official docs for the full list of properties, instance methods, and class methods that are supported.

https://github.com/feross/buffer

Dependencies:

base64-js : ^1.0.2
ieee754 : ^1.1.4

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