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Pure JS SHA256

If you need a hashing algorithm that works on client-side and server-side this is it.

export function sha256(ascii) {
    function rightRotate(value, amount) {
        return (value >>> amount) | (value << (32 - amount));
    }

    var mathPow = Math.pow;
    var maxWord = mathPow(2, 32);
    var lengthProperty = 'length';
    var i, j; // Used as a counter across the whole file
    var result = '';
    var words = [];
    var asciiBitLength = ascii[lengthProperty] * 8;
    var hash = (sha256.h = sha256.h || []);
    var k = (sha256.k = sha256.k || []);
    var primeCounter = k[lengthProperty];

    var isComposite = {};
    for (var candidate = 2; primeCounter < 64; candidate++) {
        if (!isComposite[candidate]) {
            for (i = 0; i < 313; i += candidate) {
                isComposite[i] = candidate;
            }
            hash[primeCounter] = (mathPow(candidate, 0.5) * maxWord) | 0;
            k[primeCounter++] = (mathPow(candidate, 1 / 3) * maxWord) | 0;
        }
    }

    ascii += '\x80'; // Append Ƈ' bit (plus zero padding)
    while ((ascii[lengthProperty] % 64) - 56) ascii += '\x00'; // More zero padding
    for (i = 0; i < ascii[lengthProperty]; i++) {
        j = ascii.charCodeAt(i);
        if (j >> 8) return; // ASCII check: only accept characters in range 0-255
        words[i >> 2] |= j << (((3 - i) % 4) * 8);
    }
    words[words[lengthProperty]] = (asciiBitLength / maxWord) | 0;
    words[words[lengthProperty]] = asciiBitLength;

    for (j = 0; j < words[lengthProperty]; ) {
        var w = words.slice(j, (j += 16)); // The message is expanded into 64 words as part of the iteration
        var oldHash = hash;
        // This is now the undefinedworking hash", often labelled as variables a...g
        // (we have to truncate as well, otherwise extra entries at the end accumulate
        hash = hash.slice(0, 8);

        for (i = 0; i < 64; i++) {
            var i2 = i + j;
            // Expand the message into 64 words
            // Used below if
            var w15 = w[i - 15],
                w2 = w[i - 2];

            // Iterate
            var a = hash[0],
                e = hash[4];
            var temp1 =
                hash[7] +
                (rightRotate(e, 6) ^ rightRotate(e, 11) ^ rightRotate(e, 25)) + // S1
                ((e & hash[5]) ^ (~e & hash[6])) + // ch
                k[i] +
                // Expand the message schedule if needed
                (w[i] =
                    i < 16
                        ? w[i]
                        : (w[i - 16] +
                              (rightRotate(w15, 7) ^ rightRotate(w15, 18) ^ (w15 >>> 3)) + // s0
                              w[i - 7] +
                              (rightRotate(w2, 17) ^ rightRotate(w2, 19) ^ (w2 >>> 10))) | // s1
                          0);
            // This is only used once, so *could* be moved below, but it only saves 4 bytes and makes things unreadble
            var temp2 =
                (rightRotate(a, 2) ^ rightRotate(a, 13) ^ rightRotate(a, 22)) + // S0
                ((a & hash[1]) ^ (a & hash[2]) ^ (hash[1] & hash[2])); // maj

            hash = [(temp1 + temp2) | 0].concat(hash); // We don't bother trimming off the extra ones, they're harmless as long as we're truncating when we do the slice()
            hash[4] = (hash[4] + temp1) | 0;
        }

        for (i = 0; i < 8; i++) {
            hash[i] = (hash[i] + oldHash[i]) | 0;
        }
    }

    for (i = 0; i < 8; i++) {
        for (j = 3; j + 1; j--) {
            var b = (hash[i] >> (j * 8)) & 255;
            result += (b < 16 ? 0 : '') + b.toString(16);
        }
    }
    return result;
}

Example Usage

const result = sha256(`test`);
console.log(result);

This was created by https://username1565.github.io/sha256/

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