Mike Ash’s Deep Dive Into Peer-to-Peer Networking
the iPhone is a remarkable device; it squeezes the power of a serious desktop machine from only a decade ago into a machine that’s smaller than a deck of cards. The great enthusiasm for it by users and developers alike shows just how useful such a thing can be. And despite the powerful hardware, the functional design, and the carefully crafted software, it would benearly pointless to own the only iPhone in the world. Networking is what truly makes the iPhone compelling. Not just having this palm-sized computer but being able to use it to interact with other palmtop computers across the room and across the globe.
KeywordsTransmission Control Protocol Network Code User Datagram Protocol Network Controller Instance Variable
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