Yes, that’s right. I’ll explain.
So you can do this on the client-side as well.
I can only assume that this is a deliberate change, and that it was intentional that the String.lowercase method be available to.js files. If the user ever wanted to use the String.lowercase method without having to set the case, they could use the lowercase() method. Personally I feel that this is a big improvement over the old way of creating a string from a JSON string.
We are not supposed to use the String method. In fact, it should be clear that the String method is the opposite of what it is here. It’s the one you have to put in your head. Because that means you have to get rid of the String.lowercase method. To do that, you have to use the String.lowercase method. This method is more complicated than the String.lowercase method, and it’s more complicated than the String.