Exploring Design Patterns, Idioms, Functional Programming Techniques, and the Key Features of C++ 11 and C++ 14
This course provides beginning to intermediate C++ developers with the knowledge required for up-to-date C++ programming. It begins by introducing the concepts of design patterns and idioms, outlining their usefulness, and demonstrating some traditional C++ implementations using pointers and manual memory management.
Next, it covers two developments that changed the way C++ programmers write code: The important new features released in C++ 11 and C++ 14; and the new awareness that functional programming techniques can help create more robust and maintainable code. The course concludes by showing how this new knowledge can be used to write current implementations of several patterns and idioms, including RAII, Observer, and functional operations such as map and filter.
- Boost your C++ skill by acquiring the knowledge essential to modern C++ programming
- Understand the meaning and importance of design patterns and idioms
- Explore and master the new C++ features added in C++ 11 and C++ 14
- Discover the principles and advantages of functional programming
- See how this new C++ knowledge is used to implement patterns and idioms
Table of Contents
Welcome To The Course
About The Author
How To Access Your Working Files
Design Patterns And Idioms
What Is A Design Pattern?
Why Are They Useful?
Some Common Patterns
What Is An Idiom?
C++ Specific Idioms
Implementing Smart Pointer
Modern C++ Features
New Library Features
The Range For
Function And Bind
Principles Of Functional Programming
Implementing Functional Operations
Functional Error Handling