Network Programming with Go (No Starch Press)
Monday, 29 March 2021

This book is aimed at developers want to use Go’s ease of use for writing secure, readable, production-ready network code, beginning from the basics of networking and traffic-routing know-how. Author Adam Woodbeck then looks at writing programs that communicate using TCP, UDP, Unix sockets, and other features that ensure reliable data transmission. Later chapters explore higher-level network protocols like HTTP and HTTP/2, and show how to build applications that securely interact with servers, clients, and APIs over a network using TLS.

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Author: Adam Woodbeck
Publisher: No Starch Press
Date: March 2021
Pages: 392
ISBN: 978-1718500884
Print: 1718500882
Kindle: B085BVTB5M
Audience: Go developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages and Systems Management 

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  • IP basics for writing effective network programs, such as IPv4 and IPv6 multicasting, ports, and network address translation
  • How to use handlers, middleware, and multiplexers to build capable HTTP-based applications with minimal code
  • The OSI and TCP/IP models for layered data architectures
  • Methods for reading data from/writing data to a network connection, like the type-length-value encoding scheme
  • Tools for incorporating authentication and encryption into your applications using TLS, like mutual authentication
  • How to serialize data for storage or transmission in Go-friendly formats like JSON, Gob, XML, and protocol buffers
  • How to use Go’s code generation support to efficiently communicate with gRPC-based network services.

 

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