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== Hamishwillee - Subedited/Reviewed ==
 
  
Hi Sara
 
 
OK, I've copied the introductory boilerplate and added subsections in the body. It would be good if you could update the lower sections to have the same boilerplate explanation of the code as I added in other articles.
 
 
What is missing is a code example, and possibly screenshots. Do you plan to provide such an example? If so, can you link that and also add screenshots. If you can't, please remove the placeholder I put in the introduction.
 
 
Regards
 
Hamish<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 05:00, 18 November 2013 (EET)</p>
 
 
== Saramgsilva - Response ==
 
 
Screenshots in this sample don´t make sense and is impossible to take.
 
 
Another thing, you cannot remove "Cimbalino.Phone.Toolkit.Camera is a MVVM compatible services for camera access" because this is important.
 
 
Just update the article. I need to upload samples to github.<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Saramgsilva|Saramgsilva]] ([[User talk:Saramgsilva|talk]]) 12:09, 18 November 2013 (EET)</p>
 
 
== Saramgsilva - Response ==
 
 
Just upload the code! and update the article.<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Saramgsilva|Saramgsilva]] ([[User talk:Saramgsilva|talk]]) 12:54, 18 November 2013 (EET)</p>
 
 
== Hamishwillee - Thanks! ==
 
 
Hi Sara
 
 
Just tidied up the example code and added some highlight.
 
 
> Another thing, you cannot remove "Cimbalino.Phone.Toolkit.Camera is a MVVM compatible services for camera access" because this is important.
 
 
Really? I figured the important bit was to talk about what the service does: "The Cimbalino Toolkit's "Camera Capture" service provides an MVVM compatible service for launching the Camera application and returning the captured photo. " Anyway I see you added it back in and explained that this is where the camera services are located - looks good to me.
 
 
Otherwise, thanks for the updates, agree no need for a screenshot. All done.
 
 
regards
 
H<p style="text-align:right">[[User:Hamishwillee|&#60;br /&#62;----]] ([[User talk:Hamishwillee|talk]]) 01:27, 19 November 2013 (EET)</p>
 

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