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.
67 articles

Understanding the useReducer hook in React

Building upon our React hooks introduction from our previous post on understanding React hooks (useState and useEffect), we will look at the...

React Hooks and Local Storage: Let’s build a ToDo app

React hooks have been around for quite some time. They have been widely adopted by the React community since then and have...

Using async/await in ExpressJs

If you have not been living under a rock for the past few years, you probably have heard of async/await. It has...

GraphQL Basics: Types, Queries, Mutations, and Schema

Once you get a grasp of what GraphQL is, and why it is important, you also realize that it is a different...

Why GraphQL?

Developing APIs for the web has never been an easy task for developers. REST has been the defacto standard for designing...

How to setup GatsbyJS starter with TypeScript and ESLint

Gatsby has become fairly popular in the last couple of years and it has starting becoming the go to static site generator...

JavaScript Promise combinators: race, all, allSettled, any

Promises have not been a new concept in the javascript community. They have existed in the ecosystem for a long time. JavaScript...

Rest and Spread operator: Three dots that changed JavaScript

The rest and spread operator have changed the way I do a lot of things in JavaScript and I have started using...

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