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Adarsh

A Software Engineer with the mind of a curious kid who likes to explore and deep dive into frameworks, libraries and computers in general.

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Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

I am not sure about it probably you might've to do some res...

Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

Yes I believe it's possible the data just has to be the pub...

Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

Not sure about that sorry

Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

I use the /transaction endpoint to trigger it

Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

Predominantly JavaScript

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Thank you ๐Ÿ˜„

Can you solve this JavaScript problem?

I used to struggle as well but with practice you will get t...

Can you solve this JavaScript problem?

You can also do by this by leveraging Array.prototype.reduc...

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Pros of REST and GraphQL are well known so I didn't cover t...

What do you do if you're in the middle of a project and you realize it already exists in the world?

Try to make whatever I am building better or incorporate so...

Capture error and data in async-await without try-catch

In ES5 you can write a function like this const foo = args ...

From zero to Rubikโ€™s cube solving robot

Inspirational post. I have seen a lot people give up on the...

What do you do while waiting for tests to finish running?

I usually play a 11 point game of ping pong or just listen ...

Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

Wow this is great. Thanks for sharing this site it's really...

How we reduced our initial JS/CSS size by 67%

Amazing article on reducing bundle size from a broad range ...

Behind the Tech: How does Siri, Alexa or Google Home respond to your questions?

Great breakdown that answers "What is NLP and why for compu...

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Hey Kaylyn, thanks for the feedback. I hope you are referri...

React - Asynchronous Component Rendering Wrapper

Thank you. :D

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Glad to hear that it was useful. :)

Blockchain using NodeJS and Socket.io

Thanks. This code was written as side project to learn more...

Why Dev.to Followers/Following Count isn't Publicly Visible?

I just feel that platform would get biased. People have a gen...

Founder vs Employee

Thanks Ido. I didn't think about work life balance from tha...

Founder vs Employee

My goal is to create a startup so I understand what it feel...

Did you know that Oracle owns the trademark to Javascript?

Well now I am just afraid Oracle might do something similar...

I am a Researcher in Computer Science, Ask Me Anything!

Could you tell a bit more about yourself like what are you ...

Java 11's Future

We have already started our switch to OpenJDK. We felt most...

Reactive Programming in JavaScript with RxJS.

Great article Sagar. Very indepth explanation on Observable...

Java 11's Future

Very true, It might turn into a language of an bygone era. ...

Java 11's Future

Yeah it is a good chance to change that but I guess we can ...

Java 11's Future

Thanks for sharing the link. It's gonna prove quite useful ...

Demystifying Webpack

Lol. xD

Demystifying Webpack

At which part? ๐Ÿค”

Demystifying Webpack

Thanks Franco! :)

How can you swap two variables without using a third?

Yes. Whenever you can achieve something using bitwise opera...

How can you swap two variables without using a third?

Sorry perceived wrongly my mistake. Deleted the previous co...

How can you swap two variables without using a third?

if (x == y) return; x = x ^ y y = x ^ y x = x ^ y Bitwise...

That's one small step for a developer, one giant leap for the web

Yes on the server side it brings an amazing set of function...

That's one small step for a developer, one giant leap for the web

Very good post. Kudos, but you missed a few innovations tha...

Demystifying Webpack

Thanks for sharing this. :)

Demystifying Webpack

Thanks Manuel. :)

Demystifying Webpack

Thank you. :)

Demystifying Array.reduce(): How to understand it and when to use it in your code

Nice post. I have seen people using map to do something tha...

Introducing Learn Code from Us

Yeah sure that would work too. Testimonials are great infac...

Introducing Learn Code from Us

Great initiative it's gonna help people a lot. Can we also ...

Demystifying Webpack

Thanks Sagar :)

Linux distro you are using for development?

Sure

Have any DEV design concepts or ideas?

Any ideas of including coffee mugs?

I worked on MSN, Live, and Bing Search at Microsoft, Ask Me Anything!

Thanks for not one but the many advices you have given. Thi...

I worked on MSN, Live, and Bing Search at Microsoft, Ask Me Anything!

What kind advice would you give to a young developer like m...

What's wrong with this code?

Sorry. Misunderstood as the freeze wasn't mentioned in the ...

What's wrong with this code?

@joelnet I still don't need cookTurkey instead I can do tu...

How to handle date, date time and timezone in API, UI, Database

I would suggest converting it into UTC format and storing i...

Linux distro you are using for development?

I did some research on Manjaro turns out they have an amazi...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Give Arch and Manjaro a try. I installed Arch in my laptop ...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Thanks for this perspective :)

Linux distro you are using for development?

Thanks for this. :)

Linux distro you are using for development?

That's also in my list since many people here are saying it...

Linux distro you are using for development?

You can give it a try a lot of people here are using it and...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Never tried Gentoo. Can you tell some more about the softwa...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Try CentOS in production trust me you will feel a differenc...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Exactly Ubuntu used to be my number one choice until a few ...

Linux distro you are using for development?

I agree with the statement "OS is just a tool". I feel macO...

Linux distro you are using for development?

As long as it's not broken it's good to go why don't you tr...

Linux distro you are using for development?

As long as package support is there and compiling from sour...

Linux distro you are using for development?

The OS seems lightweight gonna give it a try and see how it...

Linux distro you are using for development?

At the end of the day looks doesn't matter as long as it ca...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Will give this a try this is also topping the distrowatch's...

Linux distro you are using for development?

It's good then. I am gonna give this a try. :)

Linux distro you are using for development?

But isn't it kind of designed for home and general computin...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Haha I see what you did there. ;)

Linux distro you are using for development?

Mint is like evergreen ground of Linux. It was, is and will...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Well you must try Lubuntu if resources is concerned and you...

Linux distro you are using for development?

But what about the package support for Elementary OS. I hea...

Linux distro you are using for development?

It's true everyone has different experience when it comes t...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Haha I can understand. But with Fedora's bleeding edge feat...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Has a slick look. Is it maintained by Manjaro Team or anoth...

Linux distro you are using for development?

This is an OS I have not heard of. It seems interesting but...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Wow that's nice 250MB RAM gives a lot more memory for progr...

Linux distro you are using for development?

I have used Debian and CentOS for servers. Some how I feel ...

Linux distro you are using for development?

This is a good set up. You have clear separation of concern...

Linux distro you are using for development?

Manjaro I heard is quite unstable and the team's support is...

Linux distro you are using for development?

I am yet to try Arch Linux. I have been a hearing a lot of ...

Dynamic Programming โ€“ 7 Steps to Solve any DP Interview Problem

Very nice article. Loved the procedure to breakdown the pro...

Capture error and data in async-await without try-catch

Didn't know about that. Thanks for sharing :)

React - Asynchronous Component Rendering Wrapper

Thank you Koushik. :)

Blockchain Explained By Trying To Pass High School Math Class

Amazing article. The nuances of blockchain was explained ve...

React - Asynchronous Component Rendering Wrapper

Yes the very same problem I faced and I was thinking how to...

React - Asynchronous Component Rendering Wrapper

Yes absolutely we can it would be better solution than this...

Capture error and data in async-await without try-catch

I still haven't worked with Go yet ๐Ÿ™ˆ planning to start soon...

Capture error and data in async-await without try-catch

Thanks! :) And Yeah on regular exceptions I would need a ca...

What is your favourite git merge tool/strategy?

Check out Gitkraken it's a good GUI tool build for git. The...

CSS percentage unit, the evil parts

Nice article! How did you get to make the code snippet scre...

Virtual DOM - The backbone of React

Thank you! :)

Virtual DOM - The backbone of React

Thanks man! :D

Virtual DOM - The backbone of React

Thank you Sri! Sure will publish more articles like these.

Hi, Iโ€™m Christine and I started contributing to Debian when I was 15. Now Iโ€™m the CTO of Nylas, ask me anything!

Not all the employees in the company are satisfied with the...

Virtual DOM - The backbone of React

Thank you! :D

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Haha! Thanks for spotting!

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Thank you! :)

GraphQL or REST? What should I use?

Thank you! :)

Welcome Thread - v10

Hi very much interested to be here a DEV community sharing ...

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