Network Programming in Python : The Basic

John Galbraith

SKU: 9789355512581

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ISBN: 9789355512574
eISBN: 9789355512581
Author: John Galbraith
Rights: Worldwide
Publishing Date: May 2022
Pages: 521
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Dimension: 7.5*9.25 Inches
Book Type: Paperback

This book includes revisions for Python 3 as well as all of the classic topics covered, such as network protocols, network data and errors, email, server architecture, and HTTP and web applications.

  • Comprehensive coverage of Python 3's improved SSL support
  • How to create an asynchronous I/O loop on your own.
  • A look at the "asyncio" framework, which is included with Python 3.4.
  • The Flask web framework's URL-to-Python code connection.
  • How to safeguard your website from cross-site scripting and cross-site request forgery attacks.
  • How Django, a full-stack web framework, can automate the round journey from your database to the screen and back.    

TAGLINE 

For programmers who need to use Python for network-related activities and apps 

KEY FEATURES  

  • Comprehensive coverage of Python 3's improved SSL support.
  • Create an asynchronous I/O loop on your own.
  • A look at the "asyncio" framework, which is included with Python 3.4.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • asynchronous models and socket-based networks
  • Monitor distant systems using Telnet and SSH connections 
  • Interact with websites using XML-RPC, SOAP, and REST APIs 
  • Configure virtual networks in various deployment scenarios 
  • Analyze security weaknesses in a network        


WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR

This book is for Python programmers who need a thorough understanding of how to use Python for network-related activities and applications. This book covers all you need to know about web application development, systems integration, and system administration.

  1. Client-Server Networking
  2. UDP(User Datagram Protocol )
  3. Transmission control protocol (TCP)
  4. Domain name system & socket names
  5. Data and Errors on the Internet
  6. SSL/TLS
  7. Architecture of the Server
  8. Message Queues and Caches
  9. HTTP Clients
  10. Servers that handle HTTP
John Galbraith is an architect, designer, engineer, artist, playwright, and comedy writer. He had spent the last 14 years working with clients, vendors, service integrators In other life, he’s a student at MIT.

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