Use Template Literal

Replace string and template literal concatenation with template literals.

refactoring
ES2015 modernization
safe

Template literals are string templates that can include variables and expressions. They can replace string concatenation and are often easier to read. Example: `Hello, ${name}!`

This refactoring supports converting the first line of concatenated strings into template literals or shortened strings:

  • concatenated string literals will be combined, e.g. "a" + "b" will become "ab"
  • concatenated expressions and variables will be embedded in templates, e.g. "a" + x + "b" will become `a${x}b`
  • unnecesary escaping of quotes is removed when string are combined or transformed into template literals