Hi, I’m Tomek.

I'm a Full-Stack Developer who lives in Tokyo.

This blog is a deep dive into a full-stack JavaScript ecosystem. From frontend development through the backend, DevOps, and finally remote work and productivity. All the things I feel really passionate about.
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How to use optional parameters in JSON.stringify and JSON.parse

Creating JSON strings with JSON.stringify or parsing them with JSON.parse is something JavaScript developers do almost on a daily basis. However, there's more to it than meets the eye. In this post we’ll have a detailed look into JSON.stringify’s replacer function, indentation customization, toJSON method, and JSON.parse’s reviver function.