This one will be quick and easy. I'm currently working on an Angular.js/MVC application and I need to grab the URL parameters from the current page. Simple right? Well not so much. Firstly, I'm not using
I've created a simple method to manage this. The method is pretty straightforward. It takes a URL, parses the parameters with a bit of RegEx 'magic' and then returns an object with our parameters. Simple.
To use this on any page to grab the URL parameters you can just do this:
var urlToParse = location.search; var result = parseQueryString(urlToParse ); console.info(JSON.stringify(result));
Running this code will populate the
result object with the URL parameters of whatever's on your browser address bar.
If I could improve this in any way, I would have added my favorite RegEx library => [VerbalExpression](https://github.com/VerbalExpressions/JSVerbalExpressions" target="_blank) so I wouldn't have to deal with actual RegExs :)
How do you parse your URL parameters?