If you see the error
TypeError: replaceAll is not a function, it may be that your browser version or Node.js version does not support this method.
What we should pay attention to is:
String.prototype.replaceAll() method was added in ES2021/ES12, and it is very likely that the environment does not support it.
You can use
String.prototype.replace() as a substitute for
replace() only needs to set a global (
g) in the replacement regular expression. In this way, the result of
replaceAll() is the same. Let's look at a comparison example:
const str = 'foo-bar'; // in older browsers const result1 = str.replace(/foo/g, 'moo'); // ES12+ const result2 = str.replaceAll('foo', 'moo'); // output: 'moo-bar' console.log(result1); console.log(result2);