The url.hostname is an inbuilt application programming interface of class URL with in url module which is used to get and set the hostname portion of the URL. The key difference between url.host and url.hostname is that url.hostname does not include the port.
Return value: It gets and sets the hostname portion of the URL.
Below programs illustrate the use of url.hostname Method:
Before Change https://example.com:80/foo#ram After Change https://example.org:80/foo#ram
NOTE: The above program will compile and run by using the node myapp.js command.
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