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Talk:Jogging - Calorie Calculator: Demonstrating Real World usecase of WP8 features
Hamishwillee - Please attach a zip of your code example
I haven't reviewed this fully yet, but it is good practice to add a zip containing your project so that others can try it out.
The introductory sections also talk about using features - Voice API, Music, which do not appear to be documented. This should therefore be removed. Guess you just didn't have time.
06:50, 17 December 2012 (EET)
Aady - Hi
Only app required functionalities are displayed in the article for both the Voice, Music:
For voice API - SpeakText function - text to speech functionality is used.
Music - Media control is used for playing music if user of the app wants to listen to one
Will try to upload the zip in some time.
18:56, 17 December 2012 (EET)
MegaUxx - Too many errors
Thanks for article, but there are too many errors in you code. And without of full source code it is hard to understand how it works. It takes me a lot of time to understand and fix all errors.It is good to check code when posting.
19:06, 2 May 2013 (EEST)
Aady - Thanks for the feedback MegaUXx
There is possibility of some errors cause i didn't had a compatible processor to install phone emulator. And feel free to rectify the code if you think there is a possible bug, it will add to my knowledge and help other readers as well.
And a good idea will be to post the zip file(as i dont have one) of corrected code, as you mentioned that it took you some time to fix the errors.
21:46, 2 May 2013 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Aady - this is really your responsibility
I asked for a zip in December for exactly this reason - copy paste errors are easy to make, and unless we have a zip that was known to work against a specific SDK and device at some point then we don't know if your original code was broken, a user is making copy paste errors, or if there just isn't enough explanation.
If you are MegaUXx is unable to provide a zip I suggest this article is deleted. I have added an ArticleNeedsUpdate stamp to that effect.
08:45, 3 May 2013 (EEST)
Aady - Hi Hamish
Hey Hamish, how r u?
I agree to your point that zips are helpful, and unfortunately i don't have one to provide. But to compensate that I have tried to explain the article in as much detail as i can. I will like to understand where does the explanation in article is insufficient? If you or MegaUxx think there is too much confusion in the explanation, can you please point to some areas so that i can understand where exactly my style of writing is leading to a confusion to reader?
This will be helpful.
And if MegaUx is not able to give the zip, and you think this article explanation is confusing; feel free to delete it.
20:48, 3 May 2013 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Well thanks
I'm well thanks.
I know you don't have a zip, but why can't you create one? After all, it is your article, and presumably therefore you would be able to create one much more easily that anyone else?
From what I can see the explanation is pretty clear but if the code doesn't work then its hard to know whether it is good or not.
06:00, 6 May 2013 (EEST)
Aady - will try to get one
I understand ur point, will try to get one as soon as i get a chance...
20:53, 10 May 2013 (EEST)
Yinglala - Hi
Hi, can the admin upload the code file so that it can be easily to see and try it. Or email to me email@example.com.
Thank You so much.
14:40, 16 May 2013 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Yinglala - No
There is no code file yet. We are waiting on Aady to create one.
08:40, 17 May 2013 (EEST)