Linux Socket Programming (Broché)

Sean Walton

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  • Paru le : 20/04/2001
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Linux Socket Programming is the book you need to write high powered C-style sockets. This book provides complete beginning to-end practical tips from one professional to another on writing networking clients, servers and peers. Learn how to write client and server sockets and work within existing protocols (HTTP) or establish new ones. Speed up network throughput with fast but less reliable peer-to-peer UIDP communications. The TCP / IP protocol supports several specific message types that provide a wide range of connectivity and reliability. Selecting the right kind of message type can help you balance performance against reliability. This book describes each type (raw, ICMP, UIDP, and TCP) and presents their advantages and disadvantages. Also, by following certain programming practices you can make the transition from the established IPv4 and prepare for the next generation, IPv6. Network programming is not limited to just sockets and protocols. To get the most out of an application, you should consider different multitasking techniques, servers, and I / O control. In addition, the application must include measures to ensure network security, reduce cracking, and protect the valuable data on the server boxes. This book also introduces socket programming using objectenabled languages such as Java and C++. Java 2.0 provides several classes for handling sockets, I / O, and exceptions. This book includes chapters on Remote Procedure Calls (RPCs), broadcasting and multicasting, and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). These and other chapters take you to a new level of programming for solving more complicated problems.
    • Network programming from the client perspective
    • The server perspective and load control
    • Looking at sockets objectively
    • Advanced sockets ; Adding value
  • Date de parution : 20/04/2001
  • Editeur : Sams Publishing
  • ISBN : 0-672-31935-7
  • EAN : 9780672319358
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 533 pages
  • Poids : 0.925 Kg
  • Dimensions : 19,0 cm × 23,1 cm × 2,8 cm

Biographie de Sean Walton

Sean Walton, MSCS, has served as the Web Authentication technology and project lead, as the lead design technology specialist on the process improvement team, and as the configuration management team lead at Nationwide Enterprise. Sean is a certified professional lecturer in UML, C++, and Java. Before joining Nationwide, Sean worked for Hewlett-Packard, where he developed and patented the automatic language detection feature found on LaserJet printers. Sean also developed a real-time micro operating system for the 8052 microcontroller for emulating printer engines.

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