Programming Network Applications in Java is a comprehensive course designed to teach learners how to build network applications using Java. The course covers the fundamentals of network programming, including socket programming, network protocols, and communication models. Students will learn how to develop client-server applications, create and manage network connections, and implement data transfer protocols.
The course also covers advanced topics such as remote method invocation, distributed systems, and network security. Through hands-on projects and real-world examples, learners will gain a deep understanding of network programming in Java and be able to apply their skills to build scalable and secure network applications.
This course is ideal for individuals with a basic understanding of Java programming and network fundamentals who want to learn how to develop network applications using Java. By the end of the course, students will have the skills and knowledge needed to develop robust and scalable network applications in Java.
Programming Network Applications in Java Description
If you have a great idea for an app that needs to communicate through a network, or you’re just beginning to learn Java, or you’re a network engineer looking to implement one of many network protocols, you’ve come to the right place!
In this course, you’ll get the tools to build both client-server and peer-to-peer applications. We’ll cover both the use of TCP and UDP sockets, and I’ll leave it to you to choose which one suits your application better. There are some bonus examples that you can use to practice, and you’re more than welcome to post your questions, ideas or struggles in the Q&A section.
All of the code is thoroughly explained, so you don’t need much prior Java knowledge, but basic understanding of programming in general is a plus.