Last.fm Open Sources C++ Moost Library Now Available

Last.fm’s latest release is going to impress the C++ coding community with the latest announcement of their new C++ library. Marcus Holland-Moritz of Last.fm announced today that their C++ library, Moost has now been released under an open-source licensing scheme providing developers with a host of tools and utilities used on the site. Features include templates which allow developers to use pairs more easily with standard algorithms, aka stringify, a function template that turns complex objects into strings, the framework that is shared by all our back-end services and lots more, some very complicated and other features more simplified. Read the story here.



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