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Cloudbase.io - MoSync to the cloud made easy

Now you can use MoSync to access the cloud! Thanks to our friends at cloudbase.io, developers can use the straight-forward CBHelper for easy access cloud services via MoSync. The API uses RESTful methods and is accessible both from c++ and javascript, depending on your development preferences. Read more...

How To Extend JavaScript With Custom C++ Code - Opening Google Maps From A Hybrid App

This tutorial shows how write a MoSync Hybrid App that invokes a small piece of C++ code to open web sites in a new window (activity). This is useful if you for example wish to open Google Maps from your application.The source code for this tutorial is available on GitHub. Read more...

Feature/Platform Support

Our platform support and feature/capability tables show you where we have implemented MoSync JavaScript functions, C++ classes, C syscall functions and IOCTLs, and widget constants across the major mobile platforms. Read more...

Help shape the development of the MoSync SDK and Reload

At MoSync AB, we're working really hard on bringing you the easiest, best, most functional mobile development environment in the world. To do this, we need your help. We're currently planning what features we're adding to the next release, and we want you as MoSync SDK and MoSync Reload developers to help us prioritise this work. We want to know what new features you want to see in MoSync. To do this, we've created a website at http://jira.mosync.com where you can log new feature requests, and vote for the features you most want to see in the MoSync SDK. Read more...

Writing Extensions for MoSync

We encourage everyone to help us develop MoSync, and writing new extensions for MoSync is probably the most common thing you will want to do. In this topic we introduce you to some important core concepts that you need to understand and lead you step-by-step through creating an API extension. Read more...

File Storage Syscall Functions

MoSync code libraries provide several APIs that you can use to manage a device's file system resources. These APIs are built upon a set of syscall functions which provide the basic interface to the MoSync Runtime on the device and through that to the file system itself. Here we take a deeper look at these important syscalls. Read more...

Working with MoSync Libraries and APIs

The MoSync code libraries and APIs provide you with thousands of pre-written functions that you can call from within your application. We have both JavaScript and C/C++ libraries and APIs. Here we show how to connect to them from your applications, and provide a brief overview of each. Read more...

New MoSync releases - support for in-app purchases, extensive Windows Phone 7 support and debugging of HTML5/JavaScript apps

I wanted to share some news with you. Today, we announced extended functionality with our new product releases of the open-source MoSync Software Development Kit (SDK) and MoSync Reload. The new product features include in-app purchases for Android and iOS, NativeUI Widgets for Windows Phone 7, and debugging of HTML5/JavaScript apps. New tutorials and user guides are also available to make it easier to get started with the SDK and MoSync Reload. Read more...

PurchaseExample

This example app demonstrates how to use the MoSync Purchase C++ Library to manage in-app purchases, transaction histories, and receipts. Some configuration steps must be completed before running this app on a device. Read more...

Managing In-App Purchases

With our Purchase C API and its C++ Library wrapper you can easily offer your user in-app purchases, and manage their transaction and refund status and history. Products that you offer your users can include subscriptions to content, software upgrades, and related products. In this tutorial we will lead you through the steps of creating an app that uses the Purchase C++ Library. Read more...