The first version has the basic calculations and input fields available to use, however due to the size limitations of
or it causes an error and doesn't calculate the equation correctly.
You can view the original version at:
BigInt Calculator Version:
of extremly large numbers. This allowed for further functions to be created and generate higher valued results.
The variables were able to be saved as a string in local storage, but when converted back to an object to use, the format of the `Block`
was changed and not re-usable in the same way with ease.
You can view the BigInt version at:
Nuxt.Js Calculator Version:
The BigInt calculator worked quite well with functionality for elgamal, paillier, and the
which allowed for SHA256, MD5, etc encryption and decryption.
as when storing them in session or local storage it changed the object to a string,
and then when converting the string back to an object there were occasional transform issues.
By using Nuxt.js, we can create a functional application that can save an object state and retrieve it from the state
in order to use it again. Along with that, the bigInteger library and crypto.js library also have NPM packages that can be
installed and setup alongside with Nuxt.js.
If you're reading this, you're already on the Nuxt.js version, but to go back to the home
page, you can follow the link bellow: