We took advantage of this long Thanksgiving holiday weekend to put together two comprehensive demos of the MobileESP APIs. Now you can see not only all of the available function calls listed and grouped in one handy list, but you can also see what your device would return for each method. The demo pages are LIVE with the latest version of the code!
Just point your mobile device to one of the two live demo pages below:
You can also access the live demo pages any time by clicking on the “Live API Demos” link in the Pages navigation section.
Now that GoogleTV devices have been publicly released, it’s time to update the MobileESP code bases with support for it. We’ve added a new method for detecting Google TV in the Android section:
One of the web developers using MobileESP has ported the code library to Ruby. How cool is that?!?
If you’re a Ruby enthusiast, you can download the latest version of MobileESP from GitHub at:
Martin has made a few tweaks to the code library to better match Ruby programming patterns. One of the cool Ruby-esque things he’s done is provide aliases to the function names. So for example, the “DetectXXX” function also has an “is_XXX” alias.
We’re grateful for Martin’s contribution to expanding the MobileESP platform coverage and his ongoing maintenance of the Ruby codebase.
Thanks a ton for taking the initiative on this, Martin!