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Java Network Programming ➹ [Read] ➵ Java Network Programming By Elliotte Rusty Harold ➼ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The new third edition of this highly regarded introduction to Java networking programming has been thoroughly revised to cover all of the significant updates to Java Developers Kit JDK It is a clear The new third edition of this highly regarded introduction to Java networking programming has been thoroughly revised to cover all of thesignificant updates to Java Developers Kit JDKIt is a clear, complete introduction to developing network programs both applets and applications Java Network ePUB í using Java, covering everything from networking fundamentals to remote meth.

  • Paperback
  • 735 pages
  • Java Network Programming
  • Elliotte Rusty Harold
  • English
  • 07 August 2017
  • 0596007213

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10 thoughts on “Java Network Programming

  1. Xanan Xanan says:

    The book gives a detailed and meticulous description of the Java network programming API.It starts discussing higher level HTTP based APIs involving URLs and HTTP connections and then descends into lower level APIs covering TCP and UDP sockets, channels and non blocking I O.It does not describe network programming techniques for non trivial applications in the context of the Java language you might expect this given that the title doesn t mention the API at all.A pretty long introduction of 90 The book gives a detailed and meticulous description of the Java network programming API.It starts discussing higher level HTTP based APIs involving URLs and HTTP connections and then descends into lower level APIs covering TCP and UDP sockets, channels and non blocking I O.It does not describe network programming techniques for non trivial applications in the context of the Java language you might expect this given that the title doesn t mention the API at all.A pretty long introduction of 90 pages to networks, Java streams and threads sort of makes the book self contained with virtually no externally referenced material.Also, when standards, protocols or theoretical aspects are involved, a brief introduction is provided with only as much detail as necessary to follow the ensuing Java related discussion except for secure sockets where the theory is a bit complex and the introduction a bit lacking.Code examples are complete and have no references to external downloadable code.They are also very simple, usually just a few lines to illustrate a method class.The errata web page covers several minor inaccuracies, especially those found in the first chapters.I recommend this book if you need to develop low level networking code like implementing your own server communication protocol.Otherwise many existing frameworks libraries offer higher level abstractions and useful functionalities built on top of the Java networking API described in the book

  2. Evil Threads Evil Threads says:

    This book was boring but it was full of useful information and good code.

  3. Frank Palardy Frank Palardy says:

    Would have been a good book but very out of date Supposed to be a new edition but still references aol Out of date networking packages.

  4. Bengt Bengt says:

    Good examples, easy to read and digest Can definitely be used as a cookbook reference in the future I recommend it to anyone who is doing network development in Java in the future.It briefly discusses different types of concurrency and asynchronous programming.

  5. Laurent Laurent says:

    Easy read, not much else on the topic at the time Not something I would recommend today.

  6. sdfghjkuj sdfghjkuj says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here networking in java

  7. Alex Ott Alex Ott says:

    Read to refresh my knowledge of Java, but it s too outdated too many not necessary details it looks like it was written for person, who re never heard about networking related things Read to refresh my knowledge of Java, but it s too outdated too many not necessary details it looks like it was written for person, who re never heard about networking related things

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