A Better Boost Book

Andrew Stephens, Friday the 2nd of April, 2010

Boost is a excellent resource for C++ programming, but suffers from inconsistent documentation and a daunting array of sub-projects This post was automatically imported from my old sandfly.net.nz blog. It may look a little weird since it was not originally written for this format.. Trying to make sense of it all is a fairly serious undertaking. I tried to get my head around it by writing my occasional series of boost-related blog posts but now I see that somebody has done a much better job.

The Boost C++ Libraries is a free book that clearly explains some of the more generally useful boost libraries, with lots of useful examples. It even covers advanced libraries like ASIO in an approachable way. I highly recommended bookmarking it if you do any C++ programming.