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Created: jaaura (28 Feb 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (31 Jul 2012)
Featured-article.png This tick is applied to the top right hand corner of Nokia Developer Wiki "Featured" articles. Featured articles have been assessed to be of a particularly good quality by the Wiki administrators, using criteria including accuracy, neutrality, completeness, and style.

The following lists show featured articles along with their "featuring date". For a more detailed overview of the featured articles, see also these blog posts.

View by category: All | Windows Phone | Java | Web | Qt | Symbian C++ | Other

All featured articles (not including those that have been #Archived).

Article Date
Showing QML elements based on platform20110515
Qt C++ and QML integration, context properties and GPS compass20101226
Using valgrind with Qt Creator20101107
Qt MeeGo handset SDK how to install and use on Linux Ubuntu 10.04 LTS20100829
Maemo 5 SDK installation for beginners20091025
Mobilising your Web Service20090503
Getting started with PyQt for Maemo20090322
How to show city locations in a map using Qt and Google Maps for JavaScript20090920
Maemo multimedia applications - Part I20080928


These featured articles have been archived:

Article Date
Archived:How to get accelerometer data of N900 using Qt20100502
Archived:Getting started with MADDE on Windows20100411
Archived:Getting started with Qt for Maemo20090906
Archived:Wireless Information Sharing Engine20080720


These articles are translations of featured articles: None


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