This would continue in an infinite loop until the computer is shut down manually.This works for me as well, in the past I have used this: `State(,function()); ' but for some reason it was't worring any more, when I updated the code as describe above it work.
However, the new Items isn't the same reference as the old this.state.items and it's still not working. It's definitely very broken since the "dynamic" list isn't really dynamic at all. I moved away from Native Base List and used React Native Flat List as documented here: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/extra Data is the key property to refresh the list with data change.
I read from an existing issue that if the reference of the datasource hasn't changed then it won't rerender.
Richard Ford, Chief Scientist at Forcepoint, talks about the security industry’s need of a paradigm shift toward examining user behavior and intent. GDPR, four letters that when combined strike fear into the heart of any sysadmin.
Here’s a transcript of the podcast for your convenience. Luckily, there is quite some time before it comes into force, which means getting into the habit of complying should be natural by 25th May 2018. In this podcast recorded at Black Hat USA 2017, Tim Roberts, Senior Security Consultant at NTT Security, talks about social engineering and emphasizes the importance of security awareness and security culture. About the authors Shancang Li is a senior lecturer in the cyber security research unit, Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies at University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. Researchers have sent a quantum-secured message containing more than one bit of information per photon through the air above a city.
Please note this threat is still under investigation.
The attack is still active, and there is a possibility that the attacker will attempt to react to our detection response.
On the first day of any month, if the time was after 5pm, Kak displayed a popup message box that read: "Driver Memory Error - Kagou-Anti-Kro$oft says not today !
" Dismissing it would reboot the computer and then display the message again. Although created for academic purposes, the negligence of the author unintentionally caused the worm to act as a denial of service attack.
On May 12, 2017 we detected a new ransomware that spreads like a worm by leveraging vulnerabilities that have been previously fixed.