An Overview of Render Props in React
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By Kingsley Silas On November 16, 2018 beginning react, react, react props An Overview of Render Props in React Using render props in React is a technique for efficiently re-using code. According to the React documentation, “a component with a render prop takes a function that returns a React element and calls it instead of […]

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Hashtag Trending: Google Pixel’s Night Sight, Japan’s cyber-illiterate minister, Apple Watch gets a better Spotify app
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Trending on Google, Google Pixel phones now have Night Sight camera mode to take better night time photos. Night Sight was announced alongside the new Google Pixel 3 smartphones in October. This new low-light shooting mode merges a burst of photos together to form a clear, bright image. Then, it uses machine learning to balance […]

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Black Hat Europe Speaker Q&A: SoarTech’s Fernando Maymi on ‘Synthetic Humans’
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Ahead of his Black Hat Europe appearance, SoarTech’s Fernando Maymi explains how and why synthetic humans are critical to the future of cybersecurity. Soar Technology lead scientist Fernando Maymi is one of many cybersecurity luminaries who will be in attendance at Black Hat Europe in London next month. While he’s there he’ll be co-presenting (alongside […]

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Don’t Get PWNed by Fake Gaming Currency Sites
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If you’re a gamer, you know how important virtual currency is. It allows you to purchase new costumes and weapons to personalize your avatar. But how does one go about gaining virtual currency? Players complete in-game challenges and are rewarded with coins to spend in their virtual world. These challenges can be pretty difficult and […]

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CSS Animations and Transitions in Email
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By Chris Coyier On November 15, 2018 html email We don’t generally think of CSS animations or transitions inside of email, or really any movement at all outside of an awkward occasional GIF. But there is really no reason you can’t use them inside HTML emails, particularly if you do it in a progressive enhancement-friendly […]

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Japan Cyber Minister Says He Has Never Used a Computer
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Yoshitaka Sakurada, who recently took on the role after a cabinet shuffling, says it’s up to the government to deal with it. The debate over whether computer or security expertise should dominate a CISO’s credentials is long, but rarely has someone tilted the balance as far as Yoshitaka Sakurada, cybersecurity strategy chief for the Japanese […]

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How to Disable and Clear AutoFill Info in your Browser
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In this article, we will tell you how to disable the autofill options in some of the most popular web browsers to prevent this information from being unintentionally saved or used in your browser. Google Chrome Instructions In Google Chrome, you will want to not only turn off autofill data, but also clear it. Instructions […]

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Scaling CSS: Two Sides of a Spectrum
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By Chris Coyier On November 15, 2018 scaling css The subject of scaling CSS came up a lot in a recent ShopTalk Show with Ben Frain. Ben has put a lot of thought into the subject, even writing a complete book on it, Enduring CSS, which is centered around a whole ECSS methodology. He talked […]

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