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JavaBeans Unleashed by Rick Leinecker, Dr. Donald Doherty

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Summary

In this chapter, you sent your first datagram packet with your own beans. You used the same procedures to create beans that communicate all sorts of information across the Internet. You learned about the TCP/IP suite of network protocols. These include the low-level Internet protocol that provides the all-important IP address functionality and datagram packaging. The User Datagram Protocol you used is a simple but relatively unreliable way of sending data across the Internet. You created beans that use the robust Transport Communication Protocol (TCP) and formed the basis for Telnet applications. Finally, you wired up beans using the BeanBox to create prototype Telnet applications, and then you hand-coded Telnet applications that used ...

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