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Author Winton, Greg

Title Palm OS network programming / Greg Winton
Edition 1st ed
Published Beijing ; Cambridge [Mass.] : O'Reilly, ©2001


Description 1 online resource (xv, 382 pages) : illustrations
Contents I. Introduction to Palm Network Development -- 1. Connected Palms -- 2. The Network Application Model -- 3. Designing Network Applications -- 4. Development Tools -- II. Net Library Programming -- 5. A Brief Tour of the Net Library -- 6. Hello, NetLib -- 7. Hostnames and Addresses -- 8. Making Connections -- 9. Exchanging Data -- 10. Reading and Writing Responsively -- 11. Accepting Connections -- 12. Optimizing Stream Sockets -- 13. UDP Sockets
Summary The wireless revolution has touched off a huge demand for Palm OS network applications. But information on how to connect a Palm is fragmented across dry function listings in the SDK documentation, a couple of book chapters, some sample code, and a few articles on the Palm web site (each of which assumes prior knowledge of network applications). Palm OS Network Programming pulls all the necessary elements together in the first complete guide to developing network applications for the Palm Computing Platform. The author assumes knowledge of Palm programming in C, but no network experience is required. You'll learn Palm network concepts such as transport protocols and client-server applications from the ground up, clearly illustrated with examples using Metrowerks CodeWarrior development environment. The Palm Net Library, essential to any network application development, gets the detailed treatment it deserves, with sample network applications demonstrating how to make the best use of this powerful system library. Palm OS Network Programming is the first complete developer's resource to building creative--and connected--applications for the fastest-growing platform of the 21st century
Analysis Palm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 369-370) and index
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Subject Palm OS.
Palm OS.
Palm (Computer)
Computer networks.
Computer networks.
Palm (Computer)
Engineering & Applied Sciences.
Computer Science.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2001316216