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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 Chris_Riley
In this post I will explain how quality imaging is the most critical element for an application I’m working on to support both OCR and NLP.And how I’m using the MobileImage SDK to do it.
by Kaushal Dhruw
Write Android apps faster. Get started with Data binding library.
by Will J Miller
This article describes the implementation of a custom class called MMSCropImageView. The class gives the feature of drawing and moving a rectangle over an image to identify the crop region and return it in an UIImage. It explains the considerations and solutions for cropping a bitmap.
by PGStath
A class combing the ease of use of the Intent Service, with the long running features of the Sticky services
by Abhishek_Narain
In B2C scenarios, focus changes a bit. End users expect the simplest and the best of experiences from your application. Hence you would start focusing on UX, Performance, Simplicity, Stickiness, etc.
by PGStath
PHP code and pattern for the creation of OpenFire XMPP users from end-user applications via HTTP POST


 
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