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Java Network Programming, version 3.0
By Elliotte Rusty Harold
 
uploader Oracle
Pub Date October 2004
0-596-00721-3
Pages 706
 
    Screenshot     Screenshot Preface       Screenshot About the Third version       Screenshot Organization of the Book       Screenshot Who You Are       Screenshot Java Versions       Screenshot About the Examples       Screenshot Conventions Used in this tutorial       Screenshot Request for Comments       Screenshot Comments and Questions       Screenshot Acknowledgments     Screenshot   Chapter 1.  Why Networked Java?       Screenshot Section 1.1.  What Can a Network Program Do?       Screenshot Section 1.2.  Security       Screenshot Section 1.3.  But Wait! There's More!     Screenshot   Chapter 2.  Basic Network Concepts       Screenshot Section 2.1.  Networks       Screenshot Section 2.2.  The Layers of a Network       Screenshot Section 2.3.  IP, TCP, and UDP       Screenshot Section 2.4.  The Internet       Screenshot Section 2.5.  The Client/Server Model       Screenshot Section 2.6.  Internet Standards     Screenshot   Chapter 3.  Basic Web Concepts       Screenshot Section 3.1.  URIs       Screenshot Section 3.2.  HTML, SGML, and XML       Screenshot Section 3.3.  HTTP       Screenshot Section 3.4.  MIME Media Types       Screenshot Section 3.5.  Server-Side Programs     Screenshot   Chapter 4.  Streams       Screenshot Section 4.1.  Output Streams       Screenshot Section 4.2.  Input Streams       Screenshot Section 4.3.  Filter Streams       Screenshot Section 4.4.  Readers and Writers     Screenshot   Chapter 5.  Threads       Screenshot Section 5.1.  Running Threads       Screenshot Section 5.2.  Returning Information from a Thread       Screenshot Section 5.3.  Synchronization       Screenshot Section 5.4.  Deadlock       Screenshot Section 5.5.  Thread Scheduling       Screenshot Section 5.6.  Thread Pools     Screenshot   Chapter 6.  Looking Up Internet Addresses       Screenshot Section 6.1.  The InetAddress Class       Screenshot Section 6.2.  Inet4Address and Inet6Address       Screenshot Section 6.3.  The NetworkInterface Class       Screenshot Section 6.4.  Some Useful Programs     Screenshot   Chapter 7.  URLs and URIs       Screenshot Section 7.1.  The URL Class       Screenshot Section 7.2.  The URLEncoder and URLDecoder Classes       Screenshot Section 7.3.  The URI Class       Screenshot Section 7.4.  Proxies       Screenshot Section 7.5.  Communicating with Server-Side Programs Through GET       Screenshot Section 7.6.  Accessing Password-Protected Sites     Screenshot   Chapter 8.  HTML in Swing       Screenshot Section 8.1.  HTML on Components       Screenshot Section 8.2.  JEditorPane       Screenshot Section 8.3.  Parsing HTML       Screenshot Section 8.4.  Cookies     Screenshot   Chapter 9.  Sockets for Clients       Screenshot Section 9.1.  Socket Basics       Screenshot Section 9.2.  Investigating Protocols with Telnet       Screenshot Section 9.3.  The Socket Class       Screenshot Section 9.4.  Socket Exceptions       Screenshot Section 9.5.  Socket Addresses       Screenshot Section 9.6.  Examples     Screenshot   Chapter 10.  Sockets for Servers       Screenshot Section 10.1.  The ServerSocket Class       Screenshot Section 10.2.  Some Useful Servers     Screenshot   Chapter 11.  Secure Sockets       Screenshot Section 11.1.  Secure Communications       Screenshot Section 11.2.  Creating Secure Client Sockets       Screenshot Section 11.3.  Methods of the SSLSocket Class       Screenshot Section 11.4.  Creating Secure Server Sockets       Screenshot Section 11.5.  Methods of the SSLServerSocket Class     Screenshot   Chapter 12.  Non-Blocking I/O       Screenshot Section 12.1.  An Example Client       Screenshot Section 12.2.  An Example Server       Screenshot Section 12.3.  Buffers       Screenshot Section 12.4.  Channels       Screenshot Section 12.5.  Readiness Selection     Screenshot   Chapter 13.  UDP Datagrams and Sockets       Screenshot Section 13.1.  The UDP Protocol       Screenshot Section 13.2.  The DatagramPacket Class       Screenshot Section 13.3.  The DatagramSocket Class       Screenshot Section 13.4.  Some Useful apps       Screenshot Section 13.5.  DatagramChannel     Screenshot   Chapter 14.  Multicast Sockets       Screenshot Section 14.1.  What Is a Multicast Socket?       Screenshot Section 14.2.  Working with Multicast Sockets       Screenshot Section 14.3.  Two Simple Examples     Screenshot   Chapter 15.  URLConnections       Screenshot Section 15.1.  Opening URLConnections       Screenshot Section 15.2.  Reading Data from a Server       Screenshot Section 15.3.  Reading the Header       Screenshot Section 15.4.  Configuring the Connection       Screenshot Section 15.5.  Configuring the Client Request HTTP Header       Screenshot Section 15.6.  Writing Data to a Server       Screenshot Section 15.7.  Content Handlers       Screenshot Section 15.8.  The Object Methods       Screenshot Section 15.9.  Security Considerations for URLConnections       Screenshot Section 15.10.  Guessing MIME Content Types       Screenshot Section 15.11.  HttpURLConnection       Screenshot Section 15.12.  Caches       Screenshot Section 15.13.  JarURLConnection     Screenshot   Chapter 16.  Protocol Handlers       Screenshot Section 16.1.  What Is a Protocol Handler?       Screenshot Section 16.2.  The URLStreamHandler Class       Screenshot Section 16.3.  Writing a Protocol Handler       Screenshot Section 16.4.  More Protocol Handler Examples and Techniques       Screenshot Section 16.5.  The URLStreamHandlerFactory Interface     Screenshot   Chapter 17.  Content Handlers       Screenshot Section 17.1.  What Is a Content Handler?       Screenshot Section 17.2.  The ContentHandler Class       Screenshot Section 17.3.  The ContentHandlerFactory Interface       Screenshot Section 17.4.  A Content Handler for the FITS Image Format     Screenshot   Chapter 18.  Remote Method Invocation       Screenshot Section 18.1.  What Is Remote Method Invocation?       Screenshot Section 18.2.  Implementation       Screenshot Section 18.3.  Loading Classes at Runtime       Screenshot Section 18.4.  The java.rmi Package       Screenshot Section 18.5.  The java.rmi.registry Package       Screenshot Section 18.6.  The java.rmi.server Package     Screenshot   Chapter 19.  The JavaMail API       Screenshot Section 19.1.  What Is the JavaMail API?       Screenshot Section 19.2.  Sending Email       Screenshot Section 19.3.  Receiving Mail       Screenshot Section 19.4.  Password Authentication       Screenshot Section 19.5.  Addresses       Screenshot Section 19.6.  The URLName Class       Screenshot Section 19.7.  The Message Class       Screenshot Section 19.8.  The Part Interface       Screenshot Section 19.9.  Multipart Messages and File Attachments       Screenshot Section 19.10.  MIME Messages       Screenshot Section 19.11.  Folders     Screenshot Colophon     Screenshot Index
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