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The Screen Wake Lock API can prevent a user’s computer screen from turning off so that they can work undisturbed.

When is it needed?

If you’re a person who takes notes/hints from websites, then you may have experienced the screen getting dim or turned off if no action is performed for a while. The computer does this to save your battery however, it may feel irritating. If you’re a web developer and don’t want your customers to face this situation, you need to use JavaScript’s Screen Wake Lock API to keep the screen awake.

Check if your browser supports the Screen Wake Lock API…

Find an item in an array with the ‘findIndex’ method in JavaScript.

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The findIndex() method returns the index of the first element of the array if the callback function passed to the findIndex method returns true, otherwise returns -1


arr.findIndex(callback( element, index, array ) ,thisArg)
  • callback function → A function to execute on each value in the array until the function returns true, indicating that the satisfying element was found.
  • thisArg → Optional object to use as this when executing callback.

The callback function takes three arguments

  • element → current processing element
  • index (Optional)→ index of the element…

Learn how to improve the performance of rendering in canvas by using OffscreenCanvas

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The OffscreenCanvas interface allows canvas rendering contexts (2D and WebGL) to be used in Workers. It increases parallelism in the web, leading to improved performance on multi-core systems.

Using OffscreenCanvas we can render a canvas in the worker thread so that the main thread will be undisturbed so that our web app will work smoothly.

The support of OffscreenCanvas across the browser can be found here CanIUse.

There are two ways we can use OffscreenCanvas

  1. Creating an OffscreenCanvas from existing canvas
  2. Creating an OffscreenCanvas manually and render…

Learn how to use preventExtensions to stop adding new properties to a JavaScript Object

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The Object.preventExtensions() method prevents new properties from added to an object.

In the above code, after calling preventExtensions on the user object, when we try to add age property JavaScript will thow TypeError .

  • preventExtensions method returns the object being made non-extensible.
  • There is no way to make an object extensible again once it has been made non-extensible.
  • To check if the object is non-extensible we can use Object.isExtensible()
  • preventExtensions()method only prevents addition of own properties. …

Understanding the Split Method in JavaScript

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The split method spilt the string into array of substring based on the pattern provided.


let numbersStr = "1,2,3,4,5";let numArray = numbersStr.split(",");console.log(numArray); // ["1","2","3","4","5"]

In the above example , the split method will loop through all the character of the string , if the pattern provided is found then the split method will collect the characters looped before finding the pattern and join all the characters as a string and pushed that string into an array .

If we don’t pass any pattern then the entire string will be pushed to an…

Learn how to make requests using XMLHttpRequests

summary of key XMLHttpRequest commands covered in this article
summary of key XMLHttpRequest commands covered in this article
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What Is XMLHttpRequest (XHR)?

  • XMLHttpRequest is an in-built JavaScript object that is used to transfer data between a server and a client without refreshing the whole page.
  • Bu using XHR we can update the page based on the user action.
  • For example, an infinite news feed. (Once the user scrolls down to the end of the page, we make a request to fetch the next article and append the data to the page).
  • Using XHR, we can make both synchronous and asynchronous requests.

Steps to Make a Request Using XMLHttpRequest

  • Create an XMLHttpRequest object.
  • Configure the object with request details .
  • Send request.

1. Create a XMLHttpRequest object

let request = new XMLHttpRequest();

2. Configure the object with request details

To configure the…

Learn to check if the primitive value or object present in an array in JavaScript

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Checking if a primitive value present in an array

You can use

  • indexOf
  • includes
  • Using normal For loop

method to check if a primitive value present in an array, Consider we have an array

var num = [1,2,3,4,5];


The indexOf() method returns the first index of the element in the array, if the searching element is not present in the array then it returns -1 .

num.indexOf(3); // 2num.indexOf(6); //-1num.indexOf('3'); // -1

The NaN value is not handled in indexOf method.

var array = [NaN];array.indexOf(NaN); // -1

If your array can…

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