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Socket Programming in Python | Socket Programming Course

Learn the basics of Basics of Networking and Sockets in python

3.65 (59 reviews)

Socket Programming in Python | Socket Programming Course

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2 hours

Content

May 2020

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What you will learn

Learn to Use Sockets in Python

Basics of Networking

Basics of Sockets | What is a Socket?

Write Socket Program using Python socket module

TCP/IP Client and Server

Build a Python Socket Client with Example

UDP Client/Server Socket in Python with Example

Make a Multithreaded Socket Server

Socket Server with Multiple Clients


Description

Welcome to this course on Python Socket Programming Tutorial. In this video we will see the Basics of Networking. The goal of this Socket programming tutorial is to learn how to build client/server applications that communicate using sockets. We are going to look at a bunch of application level protocols (HTTP, DNS, FTP, SMTP, POP, IMAP, ..). The Objective of this course is to understand principles of networking,   learn TCP and UDP features, learn to implement Python programs to access networking functionality. We will see Python examples of client and server program structures etc.

In this Course you will learn Basics of Networking, Basics of Sockets | What is a Socket?, Write Your First Socket Program using Python socket module, TCP/IP Client and Server, Build a Python Socket Client with Example, UDP Client/Server Socket in Python with Example, Make a Multithreaded Socket Server, Socket Server with Multiple Clients



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Reviews

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Mahesh3 January 2021

Not got in-depth knowledge about socket programming only running few codes. I wanted to understand the functions involved and their usage.

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Ben24 May 2020

He had a lot of bugs in the code that he fixed after recording the video and didn't update the video. This created a situation that I had to search for bugs and fix them manually, And it caused me to spend some time on it for i can to continue watching the next video... This code is never perfect for the first time! There are bugs and that's fine, but if you fix something you will need to update the video or at least explain on the next video what you change.


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Udemy ID

4/29/2020

Course created date

5/18/2020

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