Today, I’m excited to introduce my latest creation for my computer science class – a Caesar Cipher Web Application. It’s a simple yet effective tool for anyone fascinated by the world of cryptography.
The Caesar Cipher is a classic method of encryption that shifts the letters of the alphabet by a set value. My web app brings this ancient technique into the digital age, allowing users to easily encrypt or decrypt text.
- Encryption and Decryption: Input text and apply the Caesar Cipher to encrypt or decrypt it.
- Customizable Shift Value: Use a slider to select how many letters to shift.
- Instant Results: See the encrypted or decrypted text immediately.
- User-friendly Interface: Intuitive design for hassle-free usage.
- Export Options: Save your results as a text file for later reference.
- Clone the repository from GitHub.
- Open the folder and launch the web app in your browser.
- Start encrypting or decrypting text right away!
- Visit the Caesar Cipher Web App.
- Enter text for encryption or decryption.
- Adjust the shift value using the slider.
- Choose “Encrypt” or “Decrypt” to see the magic happen.
- Export your result as a text file if needed.
I welcome contributions! If you’re interested in improving or adding new features to the app, here’s how you can get involved:
- Fork the GitHub repo.
- Create a new feature branch.
- Commit your enhancements.
- Push the branch and create a pull request.
This project is proudly licensed under the MIT License.
I hope you find this tool both fun and educational. Cryptography has always been a fascinating area for me, and I’m glad to share this passion through my web app.