This book describes in detail how the World Wide Web (WWW) works and how to use Object-Oriented Technology to build WWW applications. It provides complete coverage of the technology underlying Web Browsers and other Internet applications. In addition to describing TCP/IP programming, it explains how the higher-level Internet protocols, such as HTTP, FTP, and Gopher work. Furthermore, it describes how object-oriented techniques -- analysis, design, programming, and design patterns were used to build a C++ based framework for Internet programming.
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