How To Convert a JavaScript Object To A Query String

Let’s say you have a lot of query parameters you need to add to an Ajax request. For code maintainability, it’s much cleaner to create a large JavaScript object, use string interpolation for the URL, and then adding a function that converts the JavaScript object to a query string.

This is what it might look like…

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Andrew Golightly is the lead web developer here at Golightly+. He is a passionate fullstack JavaScript developer. And creates native apps too using React Native. To balance his love for coding, he also works as a counsellor.

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