How can I get query parameters from a URL in Vue.js? How can I get query parameters from a URL in Vue.js? vue.js vue.js

How can I get query parameters from a URL in Vue.js?


According to the docs of route object, you have access to a $route object from your components, which exposes what you need. In this case

//from your componentconsole.log(this.$route.query.test) // outputs 'yay'


Without vue-route, split the URL

var vm = new Vue({  ....  created()  {    let uri = window.location.href.split('?');    if (uri.length == 2)    {      let vars = uri[1].split('&');      let getVars = {};      let tmp = '';      vars.forEach(function(v){        tmp = v.split('=');        if(tmp.length == 2)        getVars[tmp[0]] = tmp[1];      });      console.log(getVars);      // do     }  },  updated(){  },

Another solution https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/HTMLHyperlinkElementUtils/search:

var vm = new Vue({  ....  created()  {    let uri = window.location.search.substring(1);     let params = new URLSearchParams(uri);    console.log(params.get("var_name"));  },  updated(){  },


More detailed answer to help the newbies of VueJS:

  • First define your router object, select the mode you seem fit.You can declare your routes inside the routes list.
  • Next you would want your main app to know router exists, so declare it inside the main app declaration .
  • Lastly they $route instance holds all the information about the current route. The code will console log just the parameter passed in the url. (*Mounted is similar to document.ready , .ie its called as soon as the app is ready)

And the code itself:

<script src="https://unpkg.com/vue-router"></script>var router = new VueRouter({    mode: 'history',    routes: []});var vm =  new Vue({    router,    el: '#app',    mounted: function() {        q = this.$route.query.q        console.log(q)    },});


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