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Boost.Asio C++ network programming [electronic resource] : enhance your skills with practical examples for C++ network programming / John Torjo.

Author/Creator:
Torjo, John.
Publication:
Birmingham : Packt Pub., 2013.
Series:
Community experience distilled.
Community experience distilled
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (156 p.)
Subjects:
C++ (Computer program language)
Object-oriented programming (Computer science)
Computer networks.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
What you want is an easy level of abstraction, which is just what this book provides in conjunction with Boost.Asio. Switching to Boost.Asio is just a few extra #include directives away, with the help of this practical and engaging guide.This book is great for developers that need to do network programming, who don't want to delve into the complicated issues of a raw networking API. You should be familiar with core Boost concepts, such as smart pointers and shared_from_this, resource classes (noncopyable), functors and boost::bind, boost mutexes, and the boost date/time library. Readers should
Contents:
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Boost.Asio; What is Boost.Asio; History; Dependencies; Building Boost.Asio; Important macros; Synchronous versus asynchronous; Exceptions versus error codes; Threading in Boost.Asio; Not just networking; Timers; The io_service class; Summary; Chapter 2: Boost.Asio Fundamentals; The Network API; Boost.Asio namespaces; IP addresses; Endpoints; Sockets; Synchronous error codes; Socket member functions; Other considerations
The read/write/connect free functionsThe connect functions; The read/write functions; Asynchronous programming; The need for going asynchronous; Asynchronous run(), run_one(), poll(), poll_one(); Running forever; The run_one(), poll(), poll_one() functions; Asynchronous work; Asynchronous post() versus dispatch() versus wrap(); Staying alive; Summary; Chapter 3: Echo Server/Clients; TCP Echo server/clients; TCP synchronous client; TCP synchronous server; TCP asynchronous client; TCP asynchronous server; The code; UDP Echo server/clients; UDP synchronous Echo client
UDP synchronous Echo serverSummary; Chapter 4: Client and Server; The synchronous client/server; Synchronous client; Synchronous server; The asynchronous client/server; Asynchronous client; Asynchronous server; Summary; Chapter 5: Synchronous Versus Asynchronous; Mixing synchronous and asynchronous programming; Passing client to server messages and vice versa; Synchronous I/O in client applications; Synchronous I/O in server applications; Threading in a synchronous server; Asynchronous I/O in client applications; Asynchronous I/O in server applications; Threading in an asynchronous server
Asynchronous operationsImplementing proxies; Summary; Chapter 6: Boost.Asio - Other Features; std streams and std buffer I/O; Boost.Asio and the STL streams; The streambuf class; The free functions that deal with streambuf objects; Co-routines; Summary; Chapter 7: Boost.Asio - Advanced Topics; Asio versus Boost.Asio; Debugging; Handler tracking information; An example; Handler tracking to file; SSL; Boost.Asio Windows features; Stream Handles; Random access Handles; Object Handles; Boost.Asio POSIX features; Local sockets; Connecting local sockets; POSIX file descriptors; Fork; Summary; Index
Notes:
Includes index.
ISBN:
1-299-26153-1
1-78216-327-1
OCLC:
831120738
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