query_parser

Parse URL to obtain both the URL path as a String and the QueryString as a Map. All it takes is the URL as a positional argument.

Notice:

No need to use this library if you are building a dart server. dart:io already provides a method for parsing query string encoded parameters.

import 'dart:io';
HttpServer server = await HttpServer.bind(
    InternetAddress.anyIPv6,
	8080,
);
await for (HttpRequest request in server) {
    //This parses the query parameters as a Map in dart
    Map<String,String> requestParameters = request.uri.queryParameters;
}

For more info go to Write HTTP clients & servers | Dart.

Get started

Initialize the Query parser object with a URL as String parameter. After that you can invoke its methods. It automatically parses the encoded URL strings so that you don't have to on the Parameters Map.

QueryParser query = QueryParser(url);

Example:

//Parse the query and save it into a variable
QueryParser query = QueryParser('https://localhost:8443/api?request=loginPerson&email=noOne@domain.com&password=superSimple63');
//Returns the URL path
print('Request URL is ${query.urlPath}');
print('With parameters:');
//Returns a Map with all of the recieved parameters
print(query.queryParameters);

Hecho en 🇵🇷 por Radamés J. Valentín Reyes.

Libraries

query_parser