By Glenn Thomas Stephens
From its uncomplicated beginnings, Linux has emerged as a robust server working approach with a amazing computing device setting and consumer interface. Now, with Kylix, Linux builders have a strong fast program improvement device for producing client-side functions. The Tomes of Kylix: The Linux API publications builders during the primary Linux approach functionality calls and programming interfaces, protecting the center features of Linux improvement from dossier processing and interprocess communique to threading concerns and sockets. every one bankruptcy makes a speciality of a key Linux expertise and gives an in depth connection with the correct capabilities, in addition to an indication program. The Tomes of Kylix: The Linux API offers Kylix and Delphi builders an facet in developing strong real-time Linux functions.
The better half CD includes resource code for the instance purposes and for the Linux API, besides Kylix Open version and Kylix 2 Trial version.
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The tomes of Kylix--the Linux API by Glenn Thomas Stephens