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Please note that as of October 24, 2014, the Nokia Developer Wiki will no longer be accepting user contributions, including new entries, edits and comments, as we begin transitioning to our new home, in the Windows Phone Development Wiki. We plan to move over the majority of the existing entries over the next few weeks. Thanks for all your past and future contributions.

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Welcome to the Nokia Developer Wiki, home to 9075 community created articles, code examples, and other resources for developing on Nokia's Windows Phone (Lumia), Nokia X, 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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Announcing the Nokia X Wiki Challenge

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Following the announcement of the Nokia X Platform, we are kicking off our first official Nokia X Wiki Challenge!

This is a great opportunity for developers to share (and show off!) their knowledge about developing for the Nokia X Platform. Have you figured out something cool and want to share it with others? This is your chance. If you're interested in participating, check out the Challenge page for full details.

Developing for Nokia X and looking for resources? Bookmark the Nokia X Wiki portal and get ready for some interesting reading.

Contributors of the Week

Thank you to the community members who contributed last week (image courtesy of Wordle). Congratulations to hamishwillee , who was sected as Nokia Developer Wiki Contributor of the Month for his Category:Nokia Imaging SDK Filter Recipes.

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For more detail see Wiki contributor of the week.


COM winner for February: Hamish Willee

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Hamish Willee (hamishwillee ) has been selected as the Nokia Developer Wiki Contributor of the Month (COM) winner for February 2014.

Hamish has created a catalog of Category:Nokia Imaging SDK Filter Recipes - combining the inbuilt Nokia Imaging SDK filters to create “recipes” for new filters. Hamish went above and beyond the call of duty on this; working on it even after his tenure as a Nokia Developer Community Manager with Nokia had ended.

During his time with Nokia, Hamish guided the community in making the wiki a valuable source of information about developing for Nokia. Some people even regard it as the best available wiki for Windows Phone development. If you haven’t spent much time there, we encourage you to check it out; you’ll like what you see.

Hamish also had a big impact on this discussion board; working behind the scenes to make sure that people got answers to their questions and found the information they needed.

We will miss Hamish. We wish him the best of luck in whatever the next chapter of his life holds. We truly appreciate all he’s done for this community.

To recognize his work on this set of imaging filter recipes, we’ll be sending Hamish a Lumia 925, along with 2000 DVLUP XP!

Please join me in congratulating Hamish, and wishing him well.

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Featured Article of the Week (Windows Phone)

Advanced Techniques for Big UI by to_pe

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This article shows various techniques for adapting a Windows Phone application to both big screens and higher screen resolutions. Applications should not simply "scale up" on these devices, instead they should "light up" with new functionality and presentation.

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Featured Article of the Week (Nokia Asha)

How to use basic image processing features of AMMS (JSR-234) by jarmlaht

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This article explains how to use basic image processing features of AMMS (JSR-234). Running the MIDlet requires the support of imageencoding and imagepostprocessing capabilities of AMMS API.

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