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 Spokane, Washington 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.
116 articles

Script to change Zoom virtual background every day

Over the past few months, I found a new use of the pictures that I have clicked while hiking. I started using...

Optimizing JavaScript loading with defer and async attributes

We are all used to using the script tag to load external JavaScript files in our HTML. Traditionally, the only workaround for...

Web NFC is a thing now

NFC or Near Field Communication is a short-range wireless technology that allows devices at a distance of less than 10cm to communicate....

Progressive JPEG: what and how they help improve web performance

A progressive JPEG image is a JPEG image that is encoded in a different manner than a baseline JPEG. It loads in...

The Pomodoro Technique: Productivity hacks

The irony of time management productivity tips is that the people who need them the most do not realize that they do....

React fragments: What and Why

React fragments were a feature released in React 16.2. They have been around for a while now but have been a relatively...

Using Sub Resource Integrity to secure web applications

Sub Resource Integrity (SRI) is a security feature that can be used to validate that the resources that the browser is fetching...

Measuring JavaScript execution time

When it comes to performance of applications, measuring performance becomes important. For anything to be optimized, it must be measured first, optimized,...

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