Giving C++ programmers the skills to succeed in today's CORBA-driven enterprise computing environment.
Though a C++-to-CORBA interface does exist, no books on CORBA provide more than a spattering of examples in C++-until now. This guide satisfies the legions of C++ programmers craving the knowledge to enhance their programming skills. After concise overviews of CORBA and C++ object request brokers (ORBs), readers will learn how to synthesize it all and build complete C++ applications. Best of all, the authors help programmers demystify the complex new C++ language binding technology, a vital step in mastering this new platform. Offering industrial strength techniques for programming pros, this nuts-and-bolts guide includes plenty of real-world business examples with complete code for working applications.
Companion Web site includes ready-to-run source code examples and sample ORBs.
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Written for the C++ developer seeking to implement high-performance distributed systems, this guide provides a fine introduction to the ins and outs of the CORBA standard.
The book first introduces what CORBA is and how the Object Management Group (OMG) has worked to define this truly "open" vendor-neutral standard. The heart of this book shows off how CORBA features can be implemented in C++, starting with basic data types and moving on to structures and classes.
In subsequent chapters, the authors cover virtually every facet of CORBA, from basic calling conventions and Object Request Brokers to more advanced features, such as dynamic invocation, the Portable Object Adapter (which lets objects reside anywhere on the enterprise), and even CORBA's support for "vertical" services (which let CORBA programmers write applications for specific industries, such as health care, telecommunications, and finance).
The authors illustrate key concepts with numerous short code snippets and provide several working examples of CORBA and C++ in action, including a meeting-scheduler application. Another important feature of C++ Programming with CORBA is that it gives you both the server- and client-side expertise to build CORBA systems from the ground up. --Richard Dragan
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Descrizione libro Wiley, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0471283061
Descrizione libro Wiley, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 1. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0471283061