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== How can you help? ==
 
== How can you help? ==

Revision as of 00:16, 24 January 2013

Nokia Lumia is Nokia's main smartphone platform. We currently have 29 Lumia/Windows Phone articles in this Wiki.

Announcements.pngWinners Announced (04 Jan 2013): Congratulations to all our Windows Phone 8 Wiki Competition winners. The winners will receive a brand new Nokia Lumia device running Windows Phone 8.


How can you help?

We really need articles showing:

  • How to port between Windows Phone and other Nokia platforms
  • How to use hardware and services that are unique to Nokia Lumia devices - for example the Gyroscope on the Nokia Lumia 900
  • Integrate with Nokia Windows Phone apps (like Nokia Drive, Nokia Transport etc) if these expose a public developer API
  • Best practices and tips and tricks for writing great Windows Phone apps.

Other article types are welcome if they are unique, innovative, and have good references into source articles (there is no point adding "shallow copies" of better articles on MSDN.)

 
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