On August 18th, 2014, the ISO standards body ratified the latest version of the ISO C++ standard, known as C++14. You can obtain a working draft of the C++14 standard (N3797), which is likely to be nearly identical to the final published standard. Published standards can only be obtained from standards bodies by paying a fee, so most of us make do with the last draft standard issued prior to the official ratification of the standard.
Here are some links to articles about the latest features in C++14:
- InfoWorld: C++14 is done — here’s what’s new
- InfoQ: C++14 Is Here: Summary of New Features
- Dr. Dobb’s Journal: