A coworker pointed me to a web page with a bunch of links to free ebook downloads from the publisher. One of these titles, was C++ Today by Gašper Ažman and Jon Kalb. I downloaded it, read it, and really enjoyed it. Being a youngin' myself, I wasn't around during the early days of C (well, I wasn't programming at least) so it was interesting to get schooled on the beginning of modern programming. I'll save you the history lesson in this post and give you the actual relevance of C++ today, but I definitely recommend reading the full version.
I went back to work on an old project that used Firebase's 2.4.2 library (as of this writing the newest library is 3.X, and there are some big changes between the two libraries. The key is that even though the syntax between the libraries is a little different, the underlying concepts are how you decide to use Firebase for your specific application are the same.
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