C++ is a language in constant evolution. Since its first release in the 1980s, new concepts and techniques that started as research topics became an integral part of the language. The latest revision of the C++ standard is C++14, which is itself a minor addition to the C++11 standard. These two updates to C++ are already part of major compilers, so it is important to understand what these modifications bring for developers.
In this appendix, I provide a summary of the most important changes recently introduced in the C++ standard. You will learn about the following topics: