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  • Title The Boost C++ Libraries
  • Author(s) Boris Schaling
  • Publisher: XML Press (July 31, 2011); eBook (2018. Updated Continuously)
  • Paperback 262 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982219199
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982219195
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Book Description

This book is an introduction to the Boost C++ Libraries. The Boost C++ Libraries complement the C++ standard and add many practical tools that can be of use to any C++ developer and in any C++ project. Because the Boost C++ Libraries are based on the C++ standard, they are implemented using state-of-the-art C++. They are platform independent and are supported on many operating systems, including Windows and Linux, by a large developer community.

The Boost C++ Libraries enable you to boost your productivity as a C++ developer. For example, you can benefit from smart pointers that help you to write more reliable code or use one of the many libraries to develop platform independent network applications. Since many Boost C++ Libraries will be incorporated into the next version of the C++ standard, you can prepare yourself starting today.

You will learn how to use the libraries for event handling, multithreading, asynchronous I/O, parsing, string handling, and much more. The Boost C++ Libraries will help you write more reliable code and become a more productive programmer. The Boost C++ Libraries complement the C++ standard by adding practical tools that any C++ developer can use in any C++ project. They are based on the C++ standard, and many of the libraries will be incorporated into the next version of the standard. The source code is freely available and the project is supported by a large developer community.

About the Authors
  • Boris Schaling has written the definitive introduction to the Boost C++ libraries. Based on his popular web site, his book provides over 250 examples that show you how to get the most from this important set of libraries.
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