Writing Native Mobile Apps in a Functional Language Succinctly

To see the ‘Sheet book‘ and ‘Table of associated records‘ go the bottom, Pag. 2, Pag. 3. ( 👩‍🎓 🖥 For free online version, on the image).


A review of the book for research, educational and recommendations.


Recommendation numbered, Nº: 25032020p1

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In Implementing a Custom Language Succinctly, Succinctly series author Vassili Kaplan demonstrated how to create a customized programming language. Now, he returns to showcase how you can use that language to build fully functional mobile apps. In Writing Native Mobile Apps in a Functional Language Succinctly, you will build off the skills you’ve already developed to begin creating applications that you can put to immediate use.


  • Introduction
  • Project Structure and Design
  • Placing Widgets on the Screen
  • Creating Custom Widgets
  • Adding Syncfusion Controls
  • Adding PDF, Word, and Excel Functionality from Syncfusion to CSCS
  • Text-to-Speech and Speech Recognition in CSCS
  • In-App Purchases in CSCS
  • Adding Mobile Advertising and Advanced Topics
  • Appendix


[Unofficial biography. For informational purposes only]


Vassili Kaplan

Former Microsoft Lync developer. He’s been studying and working in a few countries, such as Russia, Mexico, the USA, and Switzerland.He is currently working as a software developer for a Swiss Bank UBS. He has a Masters in Applied Mathematics with Specialization in Computational Sciences from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana and a Bachelor in Applied Mathematics from ITAM, Mexico City. In his spare time, Vassili works on the CSCS scripting language and on describing his work in various books and magazines. (Source: smashingmagazine.com/author/vassili-kaplan/).

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