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    1.1.0 • Public • Published

    url-search-params

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    This is a polyfill for the URLSearchParams API.

    It is possible to simply include build/url-search-params.js or grab it via npm.

    npm install url-search-params
    

    The function is exported directly.

    var URLSearchParams = require('url-search-params');

    MIT Style License

    iOS 10 + other platforms bug

    In case you'd like to replace the broken global native constructor, you can check some well known issue before including this polyfill on your project/page.

    <script>
    try { if (new URLSearchParams('q=%2B').get('q') !== '+') throw {}; }
    catch (error) {
      window.URLSearchParams = void 0;
      document.write('<script src="/js/url-search-params.js"><'+'/script>');
    }
    </script> 

    About HTMLAnchorElement.prototype.searchParams

    This property is already implemented in Firefox and polyfilled here only for browsers that exposes getters and setters through the HTMLAnchorElement.prototype.

    In order to know if such property is supported, you must do the check as such:

    if ('searchParams' in HTMLAnchorElement.prototype) {
      // polyfill for <a> links supported
    }
    

    If you do this check instead:

    if (HTMLAnchorElement.prototype.searchParams) {
      // throws a TypeError
    }

    this polyfill will reflect native behavior, throwing a type error due access to a property in a non instance of HTMLAnchorElement.

    Nothing new to learn here, just a reminder.

    Install

    npm i url-search-params

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    75,274

    Version

    1.1.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    48 kB

    Total Files

    10

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