This week’s featured article in Nokia Asha category is Using the proximity sensor in Java ME by jappit.
The Asha software platform offers access to the device’s proximity sensor, which allows users to detect the presence of nearby objects without the need for any physical contact. The proximity sensor is typically used during ongoing phone calls, to prevent accidental touches when the user has the phone located near his/her ear.
This article illustrates how the proximity sensor can be used within a Java app to detect the presence of nearby objects.
Read this article and access proximity sensor from your Nokia Asha apps.
This week’s featured article in Windows Phone category is Audio recording and playback options in Windows Phone by mikko_piipponen.
Windows Phone 8 provides many different options for capturing and playing audio. This article aims to give an overview of these options and acts as a portal through which the reader can access information and essential resources related to the audio handling in Windows Phone 8.
In particular, this article explores the options available for 3rd party developers to utilize the superb audio recording quality provided by the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices – inspired by the top notch microphones packed on most of the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 devices, such as Nokia Lumia 920 with as many as 3 High Dynamic Range Microphones, and Nokia Lumia 820 / 720 / 620 with 2 of the same species.
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