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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.Special:IncludableGoForm You can use the search box above (or site search) to find specific topics. Alternatively browse through categories listed below.
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COM winner for December: Vaishali Rawat
Vaishali Rawat has been selected as COM winner for the month of January.
The moderators selected Vaishali for her consistent and ongoing support of the wiki over many months - regularly creating new topics and also helping to improve other developer's articles. Recently she has written several new articles for Windows Phone including LinkedIn: Authentication and viewing own basic profile, Flickr: Authentication using Hammock & finding own's and others Info and Twitter: Posting Tweets using Hammock.
We awarded a 920 for December COM and we have another 920 reserved for February too. You can be a Contributor of the Month by contributing useful articles, example codes, tutorials, or by significantly shaping up the already existing ones!
Featured Articles - author awards
Featured Articles are wiki articles that the moderators have selected as being particularly interesting or useful. Over the next 8 or more weeks, featured articles can win their author a Lumia 800 (even if they are not about Windows Phone).
See the blog for more information.
Contributors of the Week
Thanks to the community members who contributed last week (image courtesy of Wordle). There's have been lots of new articles and improvements to existing articles.
For more detail see Wiki contributor of the week#28 January 2013
Print a shell for your Nokia Lumia 820
In what we believe to be a phone manufacturer first, we are providing the mechanical drawings for the Lumia 820’s back shell so you can modify and enhance the design then print it out on a 3D printer. These can be found on the wiki in 3D print a shell for your Nokia Phone
Windows Phone 8 Wiki Competition 2012Q4
Congratulations to all our Windows Phone 8 Wiki Competition winners, who will receive a brand new Nokia Lumia device running Windows Phone 8 in the coming weeks.
Check out Windows Phone 8 Wiki Competition 2012Q4 for more details.
Featured Article of the Week
Featured Video of the Week
This webinar gives you an in-depth look at strategies for persistent storage in Series 40 Java™ apps. We look at two options, MIDP 2 RecordStore and the FileConnection API. RecordStore is part of the Java ME Record Management System (RMS).
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Java expert Michael Samarin of Futurice gives you an overview of usage scenarios, including state preservation between user sessions, local storage of configuration data, and other ways to use local storage to make your apps more compelling. In the coding demonstration, Michael illustrates data-caching strategies using RecordStore for network-based applications and games.
You can download the slides from this session at: http://www.slideshare.net/nokia-developer/persistent-storage-techniques-for-series-40 and view the original webinar recordings - which include Q&A sessions - at https://forumnokia.adobeconnect.com/_a799911421/p366gfw6vtd/
Find out more about developing for Series 40 at: http://www.developer.nokia.com/Series40
Check out the current webinar schedule here: http://www.developer.nokia.com/webinars
See Featured Videos for other great videos from the community.