Jayanth Somineni
Full Stack Developer at Morgan Stanley
Expertise: JavaScript, Angular, React, CSS3, front end development.
Education: QIS College of Engineering

Jayanth Somineni is a full stack developer for Morgan Stanley with more than eight years of experience in software development. Before joining Morgan Stanley in 2019, Somineni has worked as a frontend developer for Capgemini and as a web developer for InnovaPath. As a senior software engineer, he specializes in JavaScript, Angular and React. Somineni holds a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from QIS College of Engineering & Technology.   

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You often need to remove duplicates from an array in JavaScript. Here are seven ways to filter out duplicates from an array and return only the unique values.
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An API call in React refers to making a request to a web API from a React application. We can make an API call with: XMLHttpRequest, Fetch API or Axios.
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Learn different ways of including images in React.js applications. Display great imagery, no matter your code’s style.
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The JavaScript delete operator is employed to delete a property of an object. After deleting the actual property, it won’t be accessible and returns undefined.
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In JavaScript, there are four ways to make an API call. Learn how to leverage each one to make HTTP requests and retrieve dynamic data from a server/database.