react-string-replace - A simple way to safely do string replacement with React components

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See the example/ directory for a runnable example.I wanted an easy way to do string replacement a la String.prototype.replace within React components without breaking React's built in string escaping functionality. This meant standard string replacement combined with dangerouslySetInnerHTML was out of the question.


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