Talk:Enabling quick resume for Windows Phone apps
Croozeus - Cool tip!
That's a nice tip, I'll give it a try.
I renamed your article so that people can find it easily. They are likely to search for words in the title.--Pankaj.
19:57, 7 November 2012 (EET)
Hamishwillee - Show your references!
So the feature is much needed and its good for us to highlight it. However this is a fairly superficial treatment of the feature, which is much more thoroughly documented in Dev Center. I have linked to the article in a SeeAlso but probably best to add more information in the body of the article and explain the additional complexity it covers.
For the competition, we're looking for (copied from competition) - Innovative uses of new features, Real world use cases, Comprehensive tutorials. This isn't any of those really.
More generally, we try to not duplicate content already done on MSDN but instead create complementary or better articles. For example by adding an example people can try, by adding a "performance tip" that isn't captured originally, by gathering information spread across a number of articles into one comprehensive article, by showing a cool use of a technology that others might not have thought of.
06:54, 8 November 2012 (EET)