url-join

Join urls and normalize as in path.join.

Join all arguments together and normalize the resulting url.

npm install url-join
var urljoin = require('url-join');
 
var fullUrl = urljoin('http://www.google.com', 'a', '/b/cd', '?foo=123');
 
console.log(fullUrl);
 
\\will print:
 
'http://www.google.com/a/b/cd?foo=123'

This works similar to path.join but you shouldn't use path.join for urls since it will work different depending of the operative systems but also doesn't work for some cases.

MIT