The project aims to build upon the latest C++ standard (currently C++11) to provide easy to use libraries for network programming. We use the latest compiler versions and features with an eye on pushing the boundaries on leveraging what's available in C++.
Currently the library contains an HTTP client and server implementation, a stand-alone URI library, a network message framework, and some concurrency tools.
The project welcomes contributions from people interested in joining the effort. See the section on Project Policies for more information on getting involved.
The current stable release of the library is available in three formats, please pick one of the three:
If you'd like to try out the upcoming 0.11.0 release candidates, please pick from one of the three:
You can download previous releases of the library from our Github download page.
We make the documentation for supported releases of the library available through the following links.
We offer two avenues of support for user issues, depending on what kind of issues you're encountering.
If you're using the library and would like to report issues with the library, please file your bug reports and support requests in the official issue tracker.
If you're interested in contributing to the development or if you have questions directly involving the implementation or for general discussion of the project, you can subscribe to and discuss with us through the developers mailing list.
The project welcomes contributors and starting with 2013, we've resolved to document as much of the policies we follow in the project as we can. Please follow the links below for more information.