What's New in MoSync SDK 2.7
iOS and Android
Our NFC API is packed with functions that allow your application to talk to the near field communication (NFC) features on the latest Android devices. That means that you can write applications that communicate with NFC tags according to the latest protocols and standards (NDEF, IsoDep, Mifare Classic/Ultralight), opening a whole range of possibilities for payment, personal identification, and similar close-proximity applications. More...
We have ported the C++ Standard Template Library (STL) to MoSync. This feature-packed code library will already be familiar to many programmers, thanks to its all-round usefulness to computer science and industry. It provides many powerful algorithms, containers, associative arrays, and iterators, to simplify data handling within advanced applications. More...
We have also ported the Newlib standard C library to MoSync. Newlib is particularly suited for mobile devices and embedded systems. It is a conglomeration of several library parts, all under free software licenses. It provides subroutines for handling files, environment variables, processes, output streams and memory. More...
New IDE Templates
- HTML5 Project
- HTML5/C++ Project
- MoSync C Newlib Project
- MoSync C++ STL Project
- MoSync NativeUI C++ Project
These templates are available when creating new projects in the MoSync IDE. For an overview of all the available templates, see Creating Projects from Templates.
New Example Applications
- NFCExample — a new example application that demonstrates how to use a new near field communication API to read and send tags to NFC-aware devices.
Documentation for all examples is available at http://www.mosync.com/content/demo-examples.
New User Guides and Tutorials
- The C++ Standard Template Library — an overview of the iterators, containers, associative array, functors, and strings available in this newly ported library.
All documentation is available online at http://www.mosync.com/documentation.