This book provides an introduction to Bluetooth programming, with a specific focus on developing real code. The authors discuss the major concepts and techniques involved in Bluetooth programming, with special emphasis on how they relate to other networking technologies. They provide specific descriptions and examples for creating applications in a number of programming languages and environments including Python, C, Java, GNU/Linux, Windows XP, Symbian Series 60, and Mac OS X. No previous experience with Bluetooth is assumed, and the material is suitable for anyone with some programming background. The authors place special emphasis on the essential concepts and techniques of Bluetooth programming, starting simply and allowing the reader to quickly master the basic concepts before addressing advanced features.Read more
- No Bluetooth background needed
- Written especially for programmers and software engineers
- Introduces Bluetooth for Python, C, Java, GNU/Linux, Windows XP, Symbian Series 60, and Mac OS X, and more
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- Date Published: November 2007
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521703758
- length: 210 pages
- dimensions: 234 x 181 x 13 mm
- weight: 0.34kg
- contains: 22 tables
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Bluetooth programming with Python
3. C programming with GNU/Linux
4. C programming with Microsoft Windows XP
5. Java - JSR 82
6. Other platforms and environments
7. Bluetooth tools in Linux.
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