Embedded Internet Design

Embedded Internet Design

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This book explores how to make microcontroller systems that are Internet-active. It covers both Java-enabled modules and stand-alone microcontroller designs. It is an excellent introduction to web technology basics for hardware designers.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 186.4 x 235.7 x 23.1mm | 666.79g
  • McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1
  • 0071374361
  • 9780071374361

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Best choice for getting started Embedded Internet Design is the no-hassle way to make your devices Internet-active.
* Demystifies the job of making devices Internet-aware
* Covers Ethernet and dial up connections
* A short course in Java, network protocols and Internet applications This one-of-a-kind guide helps you:
* Learn networking details essential to convergence developers
* Practice with several practical projects
* Build the skills and experience to design for production
* Provide Internet activation through PCs or microprocessors
* Follow detailed examples to project success Why struggle to reinvent Internet software? Al Williams's EMBEDDED INTERNET DESIGN is the easy way to get your devices Internet enabled!Open "Embedded Internet Design" for:
* Under-the-hood Net explanations
* Complete coverage of the TINI microcontroller and Parallax's new Javelin Stamp
* Dozens of source code listings
* The best short course there is in hooking devices to the Net Great for conquering convergence--the buzzword for the meeting of consumer electronics and the Internet--Al Williams's guide takes you beyond Internet-integrated phones and TV set-top boxes to the Internet-connected future of all kinds of appliances, entire homes, factories, and even automobiles.
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Table of contents

Chapter 1: Under the Hood Chapter 2: A Java Crash Course Chapter 3: A PC Gateway Chapter 4: Introducing TINI Chapter 5: TINI Meets the Web Chapter 6: Java Jr. Chapter 7: Javelin on the Internet Chapter 8: Inside Javelin Internet Chapter 9: Ready-Made Internet Appliances Chapter 10: The Once and Future Internet Appendix: Inside ppp Index
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About Al Williams

Al Williams is an electrical engineer best known for writing a wide range of programming books, from DOS 5: A Developer's Guide and Commando Windows Programming, to Windows 2000 Systems Programming Black Book, and MFC Black Book. A frequent contributor to Dr. Dobb's Journal, the Java columnist for Web Techniques, and formerly the C++ columnist for Visual Developer magazine, he is also the author of the recent book Microcontroller Projects with Basic Stamps and of structured teaching courses on SX programming that many universities have selected to satisfy ABET requirements.
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