Is there a plugin-less way of retrieving query string values via jQuery (or without)? If so, how? If not, is there a plugin which can do so?
When encoding a query string to be sent to a web server - when do you use escape() and when do you use encodeURI() or encodeURIComponent(): Use escape: escape("% +&="); OR use encodeURI() / e...
I have seen lots of jQuery examples where parameter size and name are unknown. My url is only going to ever have 1 string: http://example.com?sent=yes I just want to detect: Does sent exist? Is i...
Is it browser dependent? Also, do different web stacks have different limits on how much data they can get from the request?
Can we get the variables in the query string in Node.js just like we get them in $_GET in PHP? I know that in Node.js we can get the URL in the request. Is there a method to get the query string para...
A common task when calling web resources from a code is building a query string to including all the necessary parameters. While by all means no rocket science, there are some nifty details you need t...