Syncfusion’s “Succinctly” series of Free ebooks

I cant stop my self to share about these best free resources to read about current cutting edge technologies.
Ahhhh Syncfusion are providing these for free. No doubt their developers had done great job and providing us point to point knowledge about technology like typescript , knockout , WPF  and many more .
Grab these below books for free in Kindle and PDF formats :



Unit Testing Succinctly
by Marc Clifton

Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFLearn the basics of unit testing, different ways to implement it, and why it may not always be a good idea.

TypeScript Succinctly

by Steve Fenton
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFJump into Microsoft’s open-source superset of JavaScript with TypeScript Succinctly.

WPF Succinctly

by Buddy James
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFCreate applications with stunning UI while separating your front end from your business logic and data.

F# Succinctly

by Robert Pickering
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFIf you’ve never tried your hand at functional programming, or are simply looking for a new tool to add to your skill set, F# Succinctly by Robert Pickering is the book you’ve been waiting for.

Windows Store Apps Succinctly

by John Garland
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFMake your transition to developing Windows Store apps as smooth as the Windows 8 UI.

GIS Succinctly

by Peter Shaw
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFLearn the ins and outs of geographic information systems.

Data Structures Succinctly Part 1

by Robert Horvick
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFLearn different types of data structures and how to interact with them while being mindful of their operational and resource complexity.

Data Structures Succinctly Part 2

by Robert Horvick
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFRound out your knowledge of data structures and how to work with them in the second volume of Data Structures Succinctly.

iOS Succinctly

by Ryan Hodson
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFThe companion to Objective-C Succinctly, and your practical introduction to developing for iOS

Objective-C Succinctly

by Ryan Hodson
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFLearn Objective-C from the syntax up with code samples and detailed explanations of properties, methods, memory management, and much more.

Knockout.js Succinctly

by Ryan Hodson
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFThe Knockout JavaScript library is an invaluable tool for building dynamic, data-bound web UIs with minimal code. Knockout uses the Model-View-ViewModel design pattern, allowing simplified communication between your data and views, and easier code maintenance.

C++ Succinctly

by Michael McLaughlin
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFAre you an experienced C# developer looking to ease your way into C++? Author Michael McLaughlin walks you through C++ from types and functions to lambda expressions and the standard C++ library while relating these concepts to their parallels in C#.

ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile Websites Succinctly

by Lyle Luppes
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFThe proliferation of mobile devices has forced developers into a mad rush to adapt their websites to function on any device in addition to the conventional desktop or laptop. With ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile Websites Succinctly by Lyle Luppes, you’ll learn how to create mobile-friendly websites using the powerful MVC 4 framework while minimizing duplicate content, leveraging jQuery.Mobile and HTML 5, and enhancing performance.

LightSwitch Succinctly

by Jan Van der Haegen
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFVisual Studio LightSwitch may be one of the most under-utilized development tools available to professional and amateur developers alike. Designed specifically for creating data-centric business applications, LightSwitch alleviates some of the tedium involved in the development cycle by making the creation of screens, data entities, data relationships, queries, and more simpler and easier.

JavaScript Succinctly

by Cody Lindley
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFIf you’re an intermediate JavaScript developer and want to solidify your understanding of the language, or if you’ve only used JavaScript beneath the mantle of libraries such as jQuery or Prototype, JavaScript Succinctly is the book for you.

HTTP Succinctly

by Scott Allen
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFWith HTTP Succinctly, you’ll learn all about something you use on a daily basis, perhaps without realizing what goes on behind the scenes. Equipped with the information in this book, you’ll be able to write better web apps and services, and debug them when something goes wrong.

PDF Succinctly

by Ryan Hodson
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFPDF Succinctly is your primer for understanding the components of PDFs, how text and graphics are added to them, and how the final PDF is compiled. This e-book also includes an introduction to iTextSharp, a C# library that provides an object-oriented wrapper for native PDF elements.

Git Succinctly

by Ryan Hodson
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFWith Git Succinctly by Ryan Hodson, you can get up and running with one of the fastest-spreading revision control systems out there. Complete with vivid diagrams, clear code samples, and a careful walk-through of primary features, this free e-book is your quick guide to how Git operates, what its advantages are, and how you can incorporate it into your own workflow.

jQuery Succinctly

by Cody Lindley
Formats: Amazon Kindle and PDFjQuery Succinctly was written to express, in short-order, the concepts essential to intermediate and advanced jQuery development. Its purpose is to instill in you, the reader, practices that jQuery developers take as common knowledge. Each chapter contains concepts essential to becoming a seasoned jQuery developer.

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