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    @funkybob/qs

    1.1.2 • Public • Published

    qs

    Simple querystring parsing and construction.

    Parse

    The parse function will return an Object of the terms. Any leading '?' or '#' will be removed, so it's safe to use on both location.search and location.hash.

    import qs from 'qs';
    
    // Parse the querystring
    params = qs.parse(window.location.search)
    
    // Parse the hash
    params = qs.parse(window.location.hash)
    

    Any key that appears more than once in the query string will result in a list in the result, with the values in order of discovery.

    You can pass in an intial state to be updated:

    params = qs.parse(window.location.hash, defaults)
    

    You can also use this to force some valies to be always be lists:

    params = qs.parse(..., {names: []})
    

    Encode

    Encodes values into a querystring. Can also be used to generate POST data.

    Any values which are lists will be handled automatically.

    Note: This library does NOT use the idiomatic PHP style of appending [] to fields that have multiple values.

    import qs from 'qs'
    
    // results in foo=1&bar=a&bar=b
    qstring = qs.encode({foo: 1, bar: ["a", "b"]})
    

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    Install

    npm i @funkybob/qs

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    8

    Version

    1.1.2

    License

    MIT

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    6.4 kB

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    • funkybob