Contest Submission Upload
This page allows you to upload your final app submission to Intel for final judging.
There are some very specific requirements and procedures that must be followed for
your Demo App Submission so please read through all of the following instructions
very carefully and don’t hesitate to email
if you have any questions.
Submission Deadlines and Early Bird Mini-Contest:
- The Demo App Submission deadline for the Early Bird Mini-Contest is November
6th at 11:59 p.m. GMT
- The final deadline for Demo App Submissions is November 13th at 11:59 p.m.
- If you decide to enter the Early Bird Mini-Contest you may upload/update
your submission as many times as you wish between October 2 and the November
6 deadline. However, if you do submit during this window you are not permitted
to re-submit an updated version between November 7th and November 13th.
- If you decide to not take part in the Early Bird Mini-Contest (i.e. you
do not submit a app demo between October 2 and November 6) you may upload your
App Submission once and only once between November 7th and November 13th at
11:59 p.m. GMT.
Demo App Submission Requirements:
- Demo Apps and accompanying documentation must be submitted via one (1) ZIP
file and should be named using the following convention: “CodeProject_FirstName_LastName_AppName_Submission#.zip”
- Each finalist’s original Demo App Submission filename should be labeled
as “CodeProject_FirstName_LastName_AppName_Submission1.zip”. If a finalist chooses
to submit an updated version of their app between October 2 and the Early Bird
Mini-Contest deadline on November 6, each subsequent version should follow this
pattern: Submission2 (for the second submission), Submission3 (for the third),
Submission4 (for the fourth), and so on.
- Each Demo App Submission should contain an executable file or software package
for the Demo App that has distinct application files and supporting files/data
and dependencies. No other steps can be required to install and run the application.
- Each Demo App Submission should contain a link to your 5-minute, unlisted
YouTube demo video either clearly labelled within your main Readme.txt file
or in a separate .txt file called "VideoLink.txt"
- Each Demo App Submission should be accompanied by a Readme.txt file which
- a link to your 5-minute, unlisted YouTube demo video (if not included
in a separate .txt file)
- specific step-by-step installation instructions and information on any
application dependencies (if applicable)
- complete directions on the use of your Demo App and a walkthrough of
any points of interest
- Each Demo App Submission should be accompanied by an image that helps demonstrate
the functionality of the application
For All-In-One apps only:
Contestants submitting an Entertainment or Game app for the Lenovo Horizon AIO
must bundle their application binaries + supporting dependencies (if any) as a single
EXE installer or an MSI installer, so that once it is installed the application
will integrate into the Aura Interface (a.k.a. Horizon Shell) and can be launched
and run from the Aura interface. This
video will walk you through the necessary steps to bundle your AIO app.
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