TCP/IP Lean: Web Servers for Embedded Systems

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CMP Books, 2002 - Computers - 559 pages
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Internet programming demystified! This is a hands-on guide to TCP/IP networking that includes platform-independent source code to a simple TCP/IP stack - a lean version that is easier to present and efficient enough to use in embedded applications. Create

Implement an embedded TCP/IP stack that supports a Web server capable of providing dynamic graphics. In this new edition, the Web server is ported to the PIC16F877 and updated to work over an ethernet connection. Complete source code is provided and a fully described demonstration port is presented.

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User Review  - MarkvanderPol - LibraryThing

Thorough book detailing how to implement a tiny TCP/IP stack and shoehorn a tiny web server on top. Some great examples of how to do dynamic pages without full-blown web applications or back end ... Read full review

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Jeremy Bentham is co-founder of an industrial networking company (Io Ltd.) and its software consulting offshoot Iosoft Ltd., in Cambridge, England. An engineer by training, he has developed many computer systems in railway control and other industrial applications and a wide range of software tools for embedded systems. Networking projects included Bitup, a Bitbus emulation for the 80188 processor; data transfer protocols using Arcnet and Ethernet; and a full 801888-based remote-boot communications system using the simpler TCP/IP protocols (UDP and TFTP). Recent work has been in implementing embedded TCP/IP systems in aerospace, air quality, and video surveillance applications. In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys playing racquet sports, and is an accomplished amateur actor.

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