Voting Opens for 2018 Succinctly Readers Awards

Since Syncfusion began publishing the Succinctly series, a library of concise ebooks dedicated to a variety of technologies, we’ve accumulated exactly 159 titles. Last January, we wanted to distinguish certain books by asking our readers to vote for their favorite one published in 2017. That was the inaugural year of the Succinctly Readers Awards—celebrating the hard work of our authors and editors.

Voting for the 2018 awards opens today; you can cast your ballot for your favorite Succinctly read at

The Succinctly Readers Awards recognizes the top three titles published in a given year as voted by our readers, who number in the hundreds of thousands. Voting for 2018 ends on January 23, when voting will close at 11:59 PM EST.

Of last year’s winners, two authors have titles eligible in this year’s voting.  Alessandro Del Sole, whose Xamarin.Forms Succinctly was the Gold Winner for 2017, has three books in this year’s running: Xamarin.Forms for MacOS Succinctly, Visual Studio for Mac Succinctly, and an update to last year’s award-winning title, Xamarin.Forms Succinctly.

Joseph D. Booth, whose Angular 2 Succinctly was the Bronze Winner in last year’s awards, has two titles in 2018’s voting: W3.CSS Succinctly and Natural Language Processing Succinctly.

The winners will be announced during the last week in January, so keep an eye on our Facebook page and Twitter account to find out which book was voted by readers as their favorite.


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