Network Progamming with Perl (Broché)

Lincoln-D Stein

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  • Paru le : 20/04/2001
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Network Programming with Perl is a comprehensive, example-rich guide to creating network-based applications using the Perl programming language. Among its many capabilities, modern Perl provides a straightforward and powerful interface to TCP / IR and this book shows you how to leverage these capabilities to create robust maintainable, and efficient custom client / server applications. The book quickly moves beyond the basics to focus on high-level, application programming concepts, tools, and techniques. Readers will find a review of basic networking concepts and Perl Fundamentals, including Perl's I / O functions, process model, and object-oriented extensions. In addition, the book examines a collection of the best third-party modules in the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network including existing network protocols for e-mail, news, and the Web. The core of the book focuses on methods and alternatives for designing TCP-based client / server Systems and more advanced techniques for specialized applications. Specific topics covered include: The Berkeley Sockets API; The TCP protocol and the 10::Socket API; FTP filesharing service; The Net::Telnet module for adapfing clients to interactive network services; SMTP, including how to create and send e-mails with multimedia attachments; POP, IMAP, and NNTP for receiving and processing e-mail; HTTP and the LWP module for communicating with Web servers; Forking servers and UNIX and Windows inetd daemons; Perl' experimental multithreaded API; Multiplexed operations and nonblocking I / O; Bulletproofing server; TCP urgent data; UDP protocol and servers; Broadcasting and multicasting; Interprocess communication with UNIX domain sockets. Useful, working programs demonstrate ideas and techniques in action, including a real-time chat and messaging system, a program for processing e-mail containing MIME attachments, a program for mirroring an FTP site, and a Web robot. Net Programming with Perl focuses on TCP / IP rather than just the common Web protocols. Modeled after the critically acclaimed TCP / IP Illustrated by W. Richard Stevens, this book achieves a level of detail far superior to most. It is an essential resource for network administrators and Perl programmers who are creating network applications.
    • Basics
    • Developing clients for common services
    • Developing TCP client/server systems
    • Advanced topics
  • Date de parution : 20/04/2001
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley
  • ISBN : 0-201-61571-1
  • EAN : 9780201615715
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 754 pages
  • Poids : 1.16 Kg
  • Dimensions : 18,8 cm × 23,4 cm × 3,5 cm

Biographie de Lincoln-D Stein

Lincoln Stein has an M.D. and is a scientist at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. When the Web first emerged, he created and maintained one of the earliest Internet sites for distribution of Human Genome Project data and has since become an acknowledged expert in Web, network, and Perl programming. Known for his exceptional ability to synthesize and present complex information, he writes for The Perl Journal and Web Techniques magazines and is the author of four books: How, to Set Up and Maintain a Web Site (Addison-Wesley), Web Security (Addison-Wesley), Programming, Apache Modules in Perl and C (O'Reilly & Associates), and The Official Guide to CGI.Pm (John Wiley & Sons).

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