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backbone.jsHow can I use Backbone.js to fetch query strings?

Backbone.js provides a convenient way to fetch query strings from the URL. To do this, you will need to use the Backbone.history.getFragment() method. This method will return a string containing the query string parameters.

For example, given a URL of http://example.com?query=example, the following code would return query=example:

let queryString = Backbone.history.getFragment();

// Output: query=example

The code works by:

  1. Declaring a variable, queryString, and assigning it the value returned by the Backbone.history.getFragment() method.
  2. Logging the value of queryString to the console.

For more information, please see the Backbone.js documentation.

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