React Router - How to pass History object to a component
- I had to solve the situation: I had got a component, which was embeded deeply in a Route component (this Route was under a Browser Router component).
- I needed to use history object from the Router history.
- I started to remember my bad adventures with old React Router and circumstantial history manipulation.
- There is a magical higher-order component, that name is withRouter.
- It takes place in the react-router-dom package also.
- With its help, you can pass the whole history object to your component as properties.
- As you can see above, after we let the withRouter component to do its job, we can easily reach the necessary data and functions in connection with history.
- The history object has several property, you can check it in the documentation.
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Tech from self-driving cars could solve border security without Trump's $5 billion wall
- The U.S.-Mexico border stretches 1,954 miles.
- About 700 of those miles have some sort of barricade or fence.
- The rest of the border is rugged landscapes and natural barriers like the Rio Grande River.
- While the debate over Donald Trump's proposed wall continues, government money is flowing, and tech companies are looking to cash in.
- Companies like Quanergy and Anduril are working on electronic border solutions that would be more effective and cheaper for taxpayers than building a physical wall.
- CNBC traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border town of Del Rio, Texas to see a prototype of a virtual wall, and also found out why locals in the area would rather electronic surveillance over a physical barrier.
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US Financial Firms to Further Increase Cybersecurity Spending
- Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG.
- In a survey of 100 senior security officers, 84 percent said their firms are planning to spend more this year on cybersecurity, up from 78 percent a year ago, data-security provider Thales eSecurity said in a report to be released Tuesday.
- Some of the largest U.S. banks already have boosted cybersecurity spending to almost $1 billion a year following high-profile attacks at companies such as Equifax Inc. and Anthem Inc. Financial firms also have increased information-sharing and set up industrywide backup systems for client data to prevent financial-system disruptions during a major hack.
- The vast majority of financial firms are still spending too much on defending personal computers despite awareness that’s the least effective strategy, the Thales survey found.
AoC Day 15: Beverage Bandits
- Ho ho ho holy cow.
- Day 15 is a doozy.
- The elves and goblins are having a battle, and your code is in charge of everything: the decision-making, the path-finding, the moving, the attacking, the HP and more.
- Happy war-gaming!
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How I hate the term « Ethical Hacker» !
- We are all susceptible to be attacked by a malicious hacker, whether it is to get money, data, for fun, etc...
- For me, a hacker is a person who is curious, a person who instead of just using his toaster will use it, but also open it, understand how it works and finally customize it (for example, add a little voice that wishes us a good day).
- You can't really control what the mainstream does with technical terms and titles, but it's worth trying to use good descriptive vocabulary where possible.
- Yep - it's enshrined in the Certified Ethical Hacker qualification, which was a bit naff in practice (I did V7 of this back in '09 I think) - my colleagues & I spent most of the week long course messing with the instructor's router, which was frankly rather more fun!
Flipping a house is nothing like HGTV shows, according to people who've done it. From 4-month delays to doubling your budget, here's what it's really like
- But that's not preventing people from flipping houses.
- American homeowners flipped 217,000 single-family homes or condos in 2017, the most in 11 years, reported Ronda Kaysen of The New York Times, citing real estate data company ATTOM Data Solutions.
- We talked to several people who have been through the process of flipping a house more than once, and many said the real-life timeline of house flipping is longer than depicted.
- One house flipper spent a grueling amount of time scraping wallpaper off her kitchen, while another didn't check how laminate flooring fit together before purchasing it, resulting in complications when it came to laying it down.
- But that's not to say house flipping can't be rewarding — or a good investment — especially if you love doing it.
- Here's what house flipping is really like, according to house flippers themselves.
Here’s how you can master the latest AI technologies
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DeltaDNA: In-game advertising becomes viable alternative to in-app purchases
- The In-game Advertising Study 2018, published today by data analytics and player marketing firm DeltaDNA, also found that the relationship between ad networks and game-makers is maturing.
- Above: In-game ads are on the rise.
- Whereas the majority of respondents used to source ads from multiple suppliers in the hope of striking the best deal through competition, an increased demand for transparency and campaign data from the ad networks has led to a marked increase (61 percent year-over-year) in the number of developers showing loyalty to a single network that meets those demands.
- As a result, 26 percent of developers now rely on just a single ad network, whereas ad exchanges are still the most popular choice among respondents (28 percent).
- Above: Here’s the mix of ads that game developers use.
Signal app to Australia: Good luck with that crypto ban
- Further ReadingFBI demands Signal user data, but there’s not much to hand overSignal, one of the most secure messaging apps, essentially told Australia this week that its attempts to thwart strong crypto are rather cute.
- Lund is referring to a recent law passed in Australia that will fine companies that do not comply with government demands for encrypted data up to AUS$10 million.
- Signal users will find a way, he suggested.
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JPMorgan's head of asset management explains how he's been able to poach workers from Silicon Valley
- So said Chris Willcox, the president of JPMorgan Asset Management, who told Business Insider in a December interview that the firm was luring talent from Silicon Valley.
- Willcox's division, which oversaw $1.7 trillion as of September 30, has made a "significant investment" in artificial intelligence in the past year and a half, he said.
- JPMorgan's chief information officer, Lori Beer, told Business Insider earlier this year that she oversaw 50,000 technologists and an annual tech spend of $10.8 billion.
- In the asset-management space, about a quarter of BlackRock's 14,000 employees, or 3,500 people, work as technologists, BlackRock's chief financial officer, Gary Shedlin, said earlier this month, adding that the firm spends about $1 billion on technology.
- Meanwhile, Fidelity has said it spends about $2.5 billion annually on technology, with 30% of its 40,000 employees in tech.