A friend of mine and myself have been working on a topic for some time now and we are thinking of writing an article about that topic. Just wondering, is it possible to submit a joint article to CodeProject?
Yes! At the Article Submission Wizard, you see "By Author (add more)" under the title of your article. Click on the "(add more)" link, and add the member id of your friend to the text box. Save the article, and then you've both the privilege to edit the article.
To get the member id, go to the profile page, and above the profile image, you see "Member No. <member id>"
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
If you read this[^] article, you should get an idea as to what a tip is. From this, you should be able to work out what you need to change to make your work an article. As I don't have a link to your tip, I can't comment with any more detail than that.
I'm thinking about writing an article for how to make a chrome app and another article on how to make a chrome extension, so I was wondering, if there is already some on this site, coz if there is there is not really a point of writing one is there?
I don't recall seeing any articles about Chrome apps, but there are some articles about Chrome extensions. I have provided a short list below, but you should really browse around for yourself.
I am pretty sure everyone will tell you to write an article if you feel you can make a good contribution.
Google CEO, Erich Schmidt: "I keep asking for a product called Serendipity. This product would have access to everything ever written or recorded, know everything the user ever worked on and saved to his or her personal hard drive, and know a whole lot about the user's tastes, friends and predilections." 2004, USA Today interview