Laravel 4.2 jquery object to controller

here will be my first question. I hope u will not get angry:) I have this code, which is working for me:

$('body').on('submit', '#add_tarrif_form', function(e) {
  var selectedItems = $('#createtarif').find(":selected"); 

  jsonObj = [];
  $.each(selectedItems, function(key, value) {

    type: 'POST',
    url: '/admin/postData',
    data: {jsonObj : jsonObj},
    dataType: 'json',      
    success: function(data) {
    error: function (xhr, ajaxOptions, error) {
      alert('Error: ' + xhr.responseText);

And my question is: Maybe somehow it is possible to pass selectedItems directly to controller? without this:

$.each(selectedItems, function(key, value) {

When I try something like this:

data: {data : selectedItems}

the page is crashing and nothing happens. Thanks for your help!


You can just grab the items like this:

var selectedItems = $('#createtarif').val();

Make sure you use the correct object key though. In the 'working' code you have you use 'jsonObj' and in the last example you use 'data'.

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