This is the revised translation of my article published in "ITWeek" magazine January 24, 2019.
An expert tries to know more and more about less and less until he knows absolutely everything about nothing. And a philosopher tries to know less and less about more and more until he knows nothing about everything.
Daniil Granin, "Going Inside a Storm"
According to specification, "...constructor is a special non-static member function of a class that is used to initialize objects of its class type". In addition to basic concepts, C++11 introduces move constructors, initializer list type and brace-enclosed lists of comma-separated initializers.
C++11 has introduced the move semantic which can also be used in containers instead of "old-school" pointers. The specific containers owning objects has been proposed earlier by third-party libraries like Boost (for example, ptr_map or ptr_vector).