In this article, we're going to create a C++ application with cURLcpp that reads a webpage and prints the HTML source to stdout.
I wanted to try cURLcpp as opposed to the tried and usually true cURLpp, mostly for fun.
The bulk of the article is really a "for-dummies" guide to setting up your environment to do so. I won't really go into detail about how to use cURL or cURLcpp. In fact, we're just going to compile the first example from the cURLcpp readme. Once you've got a good cURLpp development 'environment' setup, it shouldn't be too hard to cut and try different cURLpp features and code.