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JXTA by Brendon J. Wilson

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JXTA
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Publisher: New Riders Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 0735712344
ISBN-13: 9780735712348
Number of pages: 350

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This book presents a guided tour of the JXTA platform, including all of the critical information required to begin producing P2P solutions built on top of JXTA. Reference information on each of the JXTA protocols provides an understanding of the underlying principles of P2P networking, and examples built on the JXTA reference implementation provide the hands-on experience necessary to become fluent in JXTA technology.

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