Java Network Programming

Java Network Programming

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ISBN13: 9781565922273
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The network is the soul of Java. Most of what is new and exciting about Java centers around the potential for new kinds of dynamic networked applications. Java Network Programming describes the java.net package, which contains classes for communications and working with networked resources. It is a complete introduction to developing network programs (both applets and applications) using Java, covering everything from networking fundamentals to remote method invocation (RMI). Whether you're an experienced network programmer, or just want to see what's possible, you'll find Java Network Programming is a thorough guide to Java's networking potential. It covers Java 1.1, contains many complete programs (available online), and covers all aspects of basic network programming. You'll find chapters on TCP and UDP sockets, multicasting protocol and content handlers, and servlets, part of the new Server API. It also covers what you can do without explicitly writing newtork code: how you can accomplish your goals using URLs and the basic capabilities of applets.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 442
Item Height 28 mm
Item Width 178 mm
Item Weight 770 Gram
Product Dimensions 178 x 28 x 208
Publisher O'Reilly Media
Format Paperback | 442

Elliotte Rusty Harold is a noted writer and programmer, both on and off the Internet. He started by writing FAQ lists for the Macintosh newsgroups on Usenet, and has since branched out into books, web sites, and newsletters. He's currently fascinated by Java, which is beginning to consume his life. His Cafe Au Lait web site at http://sunsite.unc.edu/javafaq/ is a frequently visited Java site. Elliotte resides in New York City with his wife Beth and cat Possum. When not writing about Java, he enjoys genealogy, mathematics, and quantum mechanics, and has been known to try to incorporate these subjects into his computer books (when he can slip them past his editors). So far he hasn't been able to, but he suspects that a short, last-minute biography might not be inspected as closely as the rest of a manuscript. His previous book is Java Developer's Resource from Prentice Hall.