Real-World Client / Server & Inter-Process Communications
What you’ll learn
- Gain hands-on experience locating, running, writing and reading information from external servers & programs.
- Understand how to use fork() and piping on Linux, Mac & other POSIX inspired systems.
- Discover how to write programs that can you can use start and / or automate programs.
- Create Servers & Clients using TCP/IP, as well as with UDP/IP.
- Practice sending, receiving & broadcasting User Defined Datagrams (UDP/IP) on Windows & POSIX Platforms.
- Discover how to detect the TCP / Socket protocols that remote web addresses use.
- Learn how to use 100% pure Python 3 to automate programs written in other programming languages.
- Learn how use cross-platform standard input, as well as output streams.
- Discover how to interface with the Python interpreter to run dynamically-created commands.
- Learn how to capture Python’s help() documentation into files.
- Understand how to send and receive information to test other scripts & programs.
- Understand the differences between “low level” and “high level” socket options.
- … and more!
- Students should be comfortable using Python.
- Students should know how to create & use classes in Python 3.
- The completion of Python 1000 & Python 2000 is recommended.
Python 3000: Shells, Sockets, Servers and DevOps IPC will draw upon our experience with Python 3 in order to learn how to re-use the work of others developers, no matter which programming language a program was written. –Not only are the techniques taught in DevOps IPC widely available, but also required to understand how to start, stop, as well as to monitor our own, as well as other, software applications.
From using UDP & TCP/IP Sockets, startup-parameters, and “piping” data in and out of other applications, ‘Pythoneers will find DevOps IPC lessons truly valuable both on-the-job, as well as on many personal projects.
By leveraging the inter-process communication (IPC) abilities of Python 3, students will discover the common denominator required for program to program communications. Using 100% pure Python 3, no third party utilities, projects, or source code is required!
Along the way, creating clients & servers using both TCP/IP, as well as UDP/IP will be covered.
Professionals interested in discovering cross-platform software automation & testing techniques will also enjoy these lessons. Students interested in supporting, creating, automating, and testing DevOps solutions will find this DevOps IPC educational opportunity critically important, as well.
No matter if we are creating Python programs that need to be able to inter-communicate & inter-operate, or testing programs written in any other programming technology, DevOps, Testers, and ‘Pythoneers of all description will find these Python 3000: Shells, Sockets, Servers and DevOps IPC lessons invaluable.
Who this course is for:
- Students who are looking to re-use / test other programs will need to know these techniques.
- Those who want to add power to their cPython programs by removing the GIL slowdown.
- Learners who want to understand how to chain programs together to manage inputs & gather run-time output.
Created by Randall Nagy
Last updated 12/2021
Size: 986 MB