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Welcome to the Nokia Developer Wiki, home to 9071 community created articles, code examples, and other resources for developing on Nokia's Windows Phone (Lumia), Nokia Asha and HERE Location platforms (and all our other service and legacy platforms too).

The wiki is easy to use, but if you do need help there is plenty of guidance in the Help or from our discussion board. Content improvements are welcomed, and significant contribution is rewarded through the Wiki Contributor of the Month program.

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Contributors of the Week

Thank you to the many community members who contributed last week (image courtesy of Wordle). This week I'd like to highlight first lpvalente and pavan.pareta for their numerous minor improvements to articles, and secondly vineet.jain who went even further and validated a few older articles against Windows Phone 8.


For more detail see Wiki contributor of the week#12 August 2013

Nokia Imaging Wiki Competition 2013Q3

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We're holding another wiki article competition!

PedroQ has won a Lumia 1020 for his article Using Nokia Imaging SDK in a Windows Phone game. Check out this, and the other great competition entries, here.

With 4 more Nokia Lumia 1020's to be won, we're looking forward to seeing what innovative topics you come up with in the remaining segments.

Competitors will submit articles, tutorials and guides that show how to use the new Nokia Imaging SDK, and more generally any imaging or camera features for Nokia Lumia. Winners will be among the first to receive the stunning new Nokia Lumia 1020.

Check out Nokia Imaging Wiki Competition 2013Q3 for all the details.

COM winner for June: Alessandro La Rosa

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Alessandro La Rosa (jappit ) has been selected as COM winner for the month of July.

jappit is a Nokia Developer Champion, and has been a member of the community since 2007. Over the last three months he has written a large number of new articles for the Nokia Asha Software Platform, including Implementing an AM/FM radio in Java ME, Handling multitouch in Java ME, Image processing showcase using the AMMS API in Java ME, HTTP digest access authentication in Java ME, HTTP basic access authentication in Java ME, MD5 hash in Java ME, Integrating NAX in a LWUIT application, Phone Setting API on the Asha software platform, Network State API for Java ME, Localizing a Java app on the Asha software platform, Nokia notifications on the Asha software platform, Integrating your social presence with the Digital Marketing Toolkit website. Many of these have been "Featured", and all of them are well written and informative.

We'll be sending Alessandro a high end Lumia Device. Please join me in congratulating him on the discussion boards.

Jappit was up against tough competition - we'll be keeping a close eye on PedroQ and paulo.morgado in the coming months after the great work they did this month.

Next month we've got another high-end Lumia for our Wiki Contributor of the Month. That could be one of our great contributors from last month or it could be you: all you need to do is contribute useful articles, example codes, tutorials, or significantly shape up the existing ones!

Want an Asha 501?

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If your Nokia Asha article is "Featured" for the coming weeks you get an Asha 501 - see the blog for more information!

More Announcements...

Featured Article of the Week (Windows Phone)

Using Nokia Imaging SDK in a Windows Phone game by PedroQ


This article explains how you can use the Nokia Imaging SDK to create a Windows Phone 8 game.

See Featured Articles for other great articles from the community.

Featured Article of the Week (Nokia Asha)

Porting from Nokia Asha to Series 40 by skalogir


This article reflects on core considerations for porting MIDlets backwards from Nokia Asha software platform to the older Series 40 devices.

See Featured Articles for other great articles from the community.

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