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MoSync SDK 2.5+

Using the MAP Library

The Mosync MAP library is a standard library that provides a MapWidget for displaying geographical maps, sometimes called slippy or panning maps, consisting of tiles provided by a map source. This guide introduces the basics of the MAP library and shows you how to create map applications from scratch. Read more...

BluetoothClient

This example application acts as a Bluetooth client. It is designed to work with our BluetoothServer example application. Read more...

BluetoothServer

This application acts as a Bluetooth server. It is designed to work with our BluetoothClient example application. Read more...

RockPaperScissors

This application demonstrates the use of NativeUI screens and widgets to play the traditional game Rock-Paper-Scissors. Read more...

Graphun

Graphun is a 3d graph visualizer built with MoSync. It evaluates a custom expression for every point on a grid and displays the result. This advanced application makes extensive use of NativeUI, and it uses an OpenGL view to display the graphs. Read more...

MultiTouch

This simple application shows how to handle multitouch events so that your applications can react to pinches, swipes and rotatation. This application is based on the MoSync Moblet framework. Read more...

ScreenOrientation

This is a well-commented example application for beginners. It demonstrates how to detect and respond to changes in screen orientation, and also how to set the orientation mode on platforms that support it. This application is based on the MoSync Moblet framework. Read more...

HelloOpenGLES

HelloOpenGLES is a well-commented example application for beginners. It demonstrates how to use OpenGL for Embedded Systems from your MoSync Application. Read more...

HelloNativeUI

HelloNativeUI is a well-commented example application for beginners. It consists of a very simple graphical user interface application that uses the NativeUI library and Moblet framework. It illustrates how to create NativeUI screens, and how to position widgets and handle events. Read more...

HelloWorld

HelloWorld is a well-commented example for beginners of a very simple MoSync application that uses the Moblet framework. The application demonstrates how to structure the simplest possible application that responds to key events. Read more...