The Boost C++ Libraries (Boris Schaling)

 
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The Boost C++ Libraries (Boris Schaling)

The Boost C++ Libraries are introduced in this book. Every C++ developer and C++ project can benefit from the numerous useful tools added by the Boost C++ Libraries, which are a supplement to the C++ standard.

Modern C++ is used to implement the Boost C++ Libraries because they are based on the C++ standard. They are maintained by a sizable developer community across various operating systems, including Windows and Linux, and are platform neutral.

As a C++ developer, you can increase your productivity by using the Boost C++ Libraries. Use one of the many libraries to create platform-independent network apps, or make use of smart pointers to write more dependable code. You can start preparing right away because the upcoming version of the C++ standard will include several Boost C++ Libraries.

The libraries for event management, multithreading, asynchronous I/O, parsing, string handling, and much more will be covered in detail. You can build more dependable code and produce more code by using the Boost C++ Libraries. The Boost C++ Libraries add useful tools to the C++ standard so that any C++ developer can use them in any C++ project. They are based on the C++ standard, and numerous libraries will be added to the standard's upcoming revision. The project is backed by a sizable developer community, and the source code is openly accessible.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
The Boost C++ libraries' authoritative introduction was authored by Boris Schaling. His book, which is based on his well-known website, offers over 250 examples that demonstrate how to make the most of this significant collection of resources.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
(July 31, 2011); eBook (2019. Updated Continuously)
License(s)
CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Hardcover
262 pages
eBook Format
HTML, PDF files
ISBN-10
0982219199
ISBN-13
978-0982219195

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