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New Java Succinctly E-Books Released

Syncfusion is proud to announce the publication of Java Succinctly. This two-part e-book by Christopher Rose is now available for download on the Syncfusion website. Part 1 was released on August 29, and Part 2 was released last Tuesday.

Java is one of the world’s most popular programming languages, particularly for developers creating applications for Android operating systems. Java is cross-platform, though, and runs on many devices.

Java Succinctly Part 1 introduces you to the basics of Java, from printing a line of text to the console, to inheritance hierarchies in object-oriented programming. Readers will learn the core mechanics of the language, as well as practical aspects such as debugging and using the Eclipse IDE.

If you’ve thought about learning Java, Java Succinctly is a great way to start. Download your copies today on the Syncfusion site: Java Succinctly Part 1 and Java Succinctly Part 2. Let us know what you think of our newest e-books in the comments below, or on Facebook or Twitter.

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