URL is a namespace used to host 2 static methods used to manipulate URLs using Blobs:
Given a blob, you generate a URL to it using the
const myURL = URL.createObjectURL(aBlob)
Once you have the blob URL, you can destroy it from memory using:
In addition to this, URL offers a very different functionality through its constructor, which can be used to create a URL. You can call it like this:
const currentUrl = new URL(window.location.href)
currentUrl has a set of properties you can use to inspect the URL:
hashthe hash fragment
hostthe domain + port
hrefcontains the entire URL
originscheme + domain + port
which are the usual parts of a URL.
You can alter any of those, except
searchParams which are read only, and generate a new URL string by calling the
toString() method, or by referencing the
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