Category : urlsearchparams

The get() method of URLSearchParams returns a USVString. No matter what, I cannot compare it to a string. W3 schools or MDN Web Docs don’t give any clues. window.addEventListener(‘load’, e => { const params = new URLSearchParams(location.search); console.log(params.get(‘page’) == ‘asdf’); //returns false console.log(params.get(‘page’).toString() == ‘asdf’); //returns false console.log(params.get(‘page’)); //returns asdf console.log(typeof params.get(‘page’)); //returns Object console.log(typeof ..

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URL: https://n9hon.csb.app?name=netflix&url=https://localhost?apikey=123&code=321 code: import { useLocation } from "react-router-dom"; function useQuery() { const {search} = useLocation(); const query = new URLSearchParams(search); console.log(‘name: ‘, query.get(‘name’)) console.log(‘url: ‘, query.get(‘url’)) return query } Output: name: netflix url: https://localhost?apikey=123 As you can see, the code parameter is lost. I expect the value of url parameter should be https://localhost?apikey=123&code=321. Source: ..

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My question is pretty simple. I try to use the URLSearchParams API. In my Google chrome browser console I got an empty object returned. I simply applied the example given here google example // Can also constructor from another URLSearchParams const params = new URLSearchParams(‘q=search+string&version=1&person=Eric’); params.get(‘q’) === "search string" params.get(‘version’) === "1" Array.from(params).length === 3 ..

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I have an url in this form: https://www.example.com?tag[]=mountain&tag[]=hill&tag[]=pimple Now I want to remove one of these, let’s say tag[]=hill. I know, I could use regex, but I use URLSearchParams to add these, so I’d like to also use it to remove them. Unfortunately the delete() function deletes all pairs with the same key. Is there ..

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