There are several ways to get URL parameters in JavaScript. One common method is to use the URLSearchParams object, which is available in most modern browsers.

const urlParams = new URLSearchParams(;
const myParam = urlParams.get('myParam');

Another option is to use the split and indexOf methods to manually parse the query string of the URL:

const queryString =;
const urlParams = new URLSearchParams(queryString);
const myParam = urlParams.get('myParam');

A third option is to use a JavaScript library such as query-string.

import queryString from 'query-string';
const urlParams = queryString.parse(;

Please note that the URLSearchParams is not available in all browsers, you can use a polyfill library like url-search-params-polyfill if you need to support older browsers.

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