by Sai gowtham

How to set the query params to URL in Vue router

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about different ways to set the query params to a URL in Vue router.

Query params

The query params are added to the end of a URL using the question mark (?) followed by the key-value pairs (key=value).

Example:

localhost:3000/persons?id=1

Setting the query params

In the <route-link> component, we can set the query params to a URL using :to prop.

<router-link :to="{path:'/persons',query:{id: 1}}">
   Person 1
</router-link>

If you want to set a query params dynamically to a URL, you can use this.$router.push() method.

this.$router.push({path:'/persons', query:{id: 1}})

for multiple query params, you can pass it like this.

this.$router.push({path:'/persons', query:{id: 1, name: "john"}})

URL:

localhost:3000/persons?id=1&name=john

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