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Web Protocols and Practice

Web Protocols and Practice: HTTP/1.1, Networking Protocols, Caching, and Traffic Measurement by Balachander Krishnamurthy, Jennifer Rexford. Carefully prepared content gets all the glory, but the job of delivering multimedia information to the people and machines who require it falls to a set of protocols. Web Protocols and Practice explains how resources locate one another on the constantly changing Internet, how they ask for other resources, and how those documents and media are delivered. Anyone who's heard explanations along the lines of, "The Domain Name Service resolves the machine name to an IP address" or "The browser makes a POST request" and wanted to scream "But HOW?" will love what Balachander Krishnamurthy and Jennifer Rexford have done in these pages.
Topics covered: The protocols that underpin transactions on the Internet and other networks that employ Internet communications standards. Detailed coverage goes to the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) versions 1.0 and 1.1, the Internet Protocol addressing scheme, and the Transmission Control Protocol specification. Design of Web servers, cache servers, and proxy servers gets much attention, as do site workload and traffic metrics.

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Architecting Web Services by William L. Oellermann Jr.
Building Web Services by Steve Graham, et al
Deploying and Managing Microsoft .NET Web Farms
ebXML: The New Global Standard for Doing Business on the Internet by Alan Kotok, David R. R. Webber, David RR Webber
HTML and XHTML Web Development Unleashed by R. Allen Wyke, et al ~ 2002 ~ Paperback
HTTP Essentials: Protocols for Secure, Scaleable Web Sites by Stephen Thomas
JavaScript Unleashed (4th Edition) by R. Allen Wyke, Jason Gilliam ~ 2002 ~ Paperback
Java Web Services Unleashed by Robert J. Brunner, et al ~ 2002
Metadata Solutions: Using Metamodels, Repositories, XML, and Enterprise Portals to Generate Information on Demand by Adrienne Tannenbaum
Microsoft Mobile Information Server Unleashed by Eric C. Shaw ~ 2003
Network Troubleshooting Tools (O'Reilly System Administration) by Joseph D. Sloan, Joe Sloan
Professional XML Meta Data by David Dodds, et al
Professional XML Schemas by Jon Duckett, et al
Professional XML Web Services by Vivek Chopra, et al
Programming Web Services with XML-RPC (O'Reilly Internet Series) by Simon St. Laurent, et al
Server Load Balancing by Tony Bourke
SOAP: Cross Platform Internet Development Using XML by Scott Seely, Kent Sharkey. From the Back Cover: Leverage the power of SOAP on any platform, with any leading programming language! Integrate your enterprise applications across the Web! The platform-independent guide to SOAP SOAP programming with C++, Perl, C#, Visual Basic, and Java Build an industrial-strength SOAP system from scratch CD-ROM: SOAP for Windows, Linux and Unix, plus extensive source code library! Technical Reviewers: Yves LaFon, Chair of the SOAP W3C Committee, John Montgomery, Lead SOAP Developer, Microsoft, Kent Sharkey, .NET Frameworks Technical Evangelist, Microsoft. SCOTT SEELY has written extensively on Windows and UNIX/Linux programming, as well as on C, C++, and Visual C++, and he has recently joined Microsoft. He is author of Windows Shell Programming (Prentice Hall PTR).
Programming Web Services with SOAP by James Snell, et al
Web Caching (O'Reilly Internet Series) by Duane Wessels
XML and Web Services Unleashed by Ron Schmelzer, et al ~ 2002

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