Saransh Kataria

Born in Delhi, India, Saransh Kataria is the brain behind Wisdom Geek. Currently, Saransh is a software developer at a reputed firm in Austin, and he likes playing with new technologies to explore different possibilities. He holds an engineering degree in Computer Science. He also shares his passion for sharing knowledge as the community lead at Facebook Developer Circle Delhi, NCR which is a developer community in Delhi, India.
142 articles

Hello GraphQL using Express

GraphQL is a query language and a runtime for data querying over an API. It is something that you put in between your front-end...

Finding vulnerabilities in NPM packages using node.js security platform

Since npm is an open platform, anyone can publish packages to it. And thus the security impact of using npm in an application can make...

Why you should be using an EditorConfig file in your project

Let us all face it. It is 2017 and many of us are still fighting over tabs versus spaces! And nobody cares what code...

Parsing JSON in Android Tutorial

Note: If you are interested in seeing the implementation of this using retrofit, refer to our other post about Using Retrofit 2 for parsing...

Webpack: An Introduction

Before coming to the discussion about Webpack, let us first discuss how web development has evolved over the past few years and why we...

Moving to BCC: an email etiquette you must know

We use email every day and most of the times the BCC is a crafty little feature that we rarely use. Usually, it is...

Skipping small talk to connect with people

We are living in a width world and not a depth world, mostly having shallow conversations with everyone around us. Most of the non-family relationships...

Javascript build tools: Why do we need one?

If I had asked a web developer a few years ago about using a build tool for their web project, the developer would have...

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