JSON to URL Parameters

I need convert json object to url form like: “parameter=12&asd=1”

I done with this:

        var data = {
            'postID': 1,
            'gl': 2,
            'gl2' : 3

        var string_=JSON.stringify(data);

        string_=string_.replace(/{/g, "");
        string_=string_.replace(/}/g, "");
        string_=string_.replace(/:/g, "=")
        string_=string_.replace(/,/g, "&");
        string_=string_.replace(/"/g, "");

But i wonder if there any function in javascript or in JSON object to do this?

jQuery provides param that does exactly that. If you don’t use jquery, take at look at the source.

Basically, it goes like this:

url = Object.keys(data).map(function(k) {
    return encodeURIComponent(k) + '=' + encodeURIComponent(data[k])

2019 update: there’s now a built-in object URLSearchParams for this type of thing:

let myParams = {'foo': 'hi there', 'bar': '???'};

let u = new URLSearchParams(myParams).toString();




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