|The Programmer's Guide to Apache Thrift
MEAP Began: July 2013
Softbound print: July 2015 (est.) | 425 pages | B&W
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Table of Contents, MEAP Chapters & Resources
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PART 1: APACHE THRIFT OVERVIEW
1 Introduction to Apache Thrift - FREE
2 Apache Thrift Architecture - AVAILABLE
3 Building, Testing, and Debugging - AVAILABLE
PART 2: PROGRAMMING APACHE THRIFT
4 Moving Bytes with Transports - AVAILABLE
5 Serializing Data with Protocols - AVAILABLE
6 Apache Thrift IDL - AVAILABLE
7 User Defined Types - AVAILABLE
8 Implementing Services - AVAILABLE
9 Handling Exceptions - AVAILABLE
10 Servers - AVAILABLE
PART 3: POLYGLOT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
11 Building Clients and Servers with C++AVAILABLE
12 Building Clients and Servers with Java
13 Building C# Clients and Servers with .Net and Windows - AVAILABLE
14 Building Node.js Clients and Servers - AVAILABLE
15 Apache Thrift and the Web - AVAILABLE
16 Scripting Apache Thrift - AVAILABLE
17 Mobile Clients
18 The Big Picture
The Programmer's Guide to Apache Thrift provides comprehensive coverage of the Apache Thrift framework along with a developer's-eye view of modern distributed application architecture. Packed with complete code examples and pragmatic discussion, this book lays the best practices for multi-language distributed application development. You'll take a guided tour through transports, protocols, IDL and servers as you explore complete example programs in C++, Java and Python. You'll also learn how to work with platforms ranging from enterprise servers to mobile clients.
- Clear, concise coverage of all of the primary Apache Thrift features
- Complete coverage of the Apache Thrift Interface Definition Language
- Building and serializing complex user defined types
- Working with plug in serialization protocols and data compression
- Creating cross-language services
- Tools and features to enable interface evolution
This book assumes you're comfortable with a mainstream programming language like Java or C++ and the basics of service-oriented architecture. No experience with Apache Thrift is required.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Randy Abernethy is an active Apache Thrift contributor and can be found on the dev and user email lists. A serial entrepreneur, Randy founded Hollywood's first all hard disk recording studio in the early 90s, a direct market access institutional brokerage in the 2000s, and has recently focused on the development of proprietary automated trading systems using Apache Thrift for interoperability.
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