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Smartphone Programming Competition

Smartphone programming competition. Let's help others get started

Post an article on mobile development on Code Project, and win a Code Project t-shirt and mug!

Every day more and more developers are moving to the mobile platforms. Help them get a start by sharing what you've learned. We'll giveaway 3 mugs and and 3 T-shirts to the best 3 articles posted before Mar 4.

Anything goes: iPhone, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry, WebOS, Android, you name it.

The contest begins January 21st 2011 and runs until March 4th 2011.

Here's How

  1. Create an article or share blog entry on mobile development on Code Project
  2. Make sure you tag your article / blog entry with the "Mobile" tag

At the end of the contest, we will choose from the highest rated articles and announce a winner who will receive a Code Project t-shirt and mug!

What You Could Win

A Code Project t-shirt and mug!

The Rules

  1. Must be an article or blog entry related to mobile development
  2. Must tag article / blog entry with Mobile tag

Conditions of Entry | Current winners list

Latest articles

by Nirosh
This tutorial is designed for .NET programmers who need to understand ‘Nido’ framework and its application.
by Joel Ivory Johnson, Taryn Blake
This is a walkthrough creating a speedometer for the Samsung Galaxy Gear.
by Pavel Durov
Article about dynamic Sqlite database management on Android platform using Java class reflection.
by Pavel Durov
Uploading large files from Android to ASP.NET
by Carmelo La Monica
As explained in the previous article, the geolocation is one of the most frequently used features in the mobile and beyond, with it we are able to retrieve the location and information about the place in which we find ourselves, and used by an application to have other information, such as restauran
by Ranjan.D
This article is all about how to make an Articles Request by using CodeProject API, then get the response and de-serialize the same and display the list of articles in a ListView element.


 
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