MobileLua is now updated to work well with MoSync 3.0 and on Windows Phone. There are also new examples that demonstrate how to use NativeUI in Lua. The MobileLua project is found on GitHub: https://github.com/divineprog/mobilelua
New is that all MoSync-related functions and objects are in a global table named "mosync", which puts them in their own namespac.
When you previously wrote "maVibrate(500)", you now write "mosync.maVibrate(500)". If you think "mosync" is too long, you can invent your own prefix, like this:
mo = mosync mo.maVibrate(500)
If you don't want to use any prefix at all, you need to assign names to the functions you want to use one-by-one, like this:
maVibrate = mosync.maVibrate maVibrate(500)
Here is an example program that uses this technique: https://github.com/divineprog/mobilelua/blob/master/projects/LuaLive/Editor/examples/LuaWebView.lua
Best regards, Mikael