C++ Boost Asio Introduction Tutorial

In the C++ Boost.ASIO library, ASIO stands for asynchronous input/output. This library allows asynchronous processing of data. Asynchronous means that a program doesn’t have to wait for completion of an operation to start a new one. It can execute more than one operations concurrently.

C++ is the most advanced modern programming object-oriented language. It has imperative and generic programming features and also provides facilities for low-level memory manipulation.
Java is one of the most popular computer programming languages that is concurrent and object-oriented. Main motto: "write once, run anywhere".