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  1. #1
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    May 2008

    resolved [RESOLVED] Need an advanced internet book

    Hi, I can't find an advanced internet book for tcp firewall and scoket etc. It is hard to find such kind of book online.

    Please notice, I am not indicating a book such as how to programming with css and html etc. It doesn't help.

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    Javascript does not cover such areas but Java does, perhaps you are confusing Javascript and Java
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  3. #3
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    May 2008
    No, maybe my question is not clear. Please see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...ing-javascript

    Also I want to learn proxy server programming skills from a book.
    Sample code in Javascript.
    var http = require('http');
    http.createServer(function(request, response) {
      var proxy = http.createClient(80, request.headers['host'])
      var proxy_request = proxy.request(request.method, request.url, request.headers);
      proxy_request.addListener('response', function (proxy_response) {
        proxy_response.addListener('data', function(chunk) {
          response.write(chunk, 'binary');
        proxy_response.addListener('end', function() {
        response.writeHead(proxy_response.statusCode, proxy_response.headers);
      request.addListener('data', function(chunk) {
        proxy_request.write(chunk, 'binary');
      request.addListener('end', function() {
    I do need a book with hands on exercises.

  4. #4
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    Mar 2009
    The code you're quoting above is server side javascript, as in node.js. Google node.js. You can find sources and documentation there. Its great and its very powerful. You'll need to download it to use it, but its free. And the documentation on the main website is very good IMHO. As to books containing exercises, I have no idea.

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