Mason provides two Android-compatible SDKs for your use
The Mason Framework is designed to give your app privileged abilities on Mason OS.
|Mason Framework Stubs Jar||Javadoc||Minimum Supported Mason OS Version(s)|
|masonstubs-2.9.0.jar||Version 2.9.0 documentation (Download)||2.9.0|
|masonstubs-2.8.0.jar||Version 2.8.0 documentation (Download)||2.8.0|
|masonstubs-2.7.0.jar||Version 2.7.0 documentation (Download)||2.7.0|
|masonstubs-2.2.0.jar||Version 2.2.0 documentation (Download)||2.2.0|
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The main interface for utilizing the Mason Framework is the
MasonFramework class which provides
MasonFramework#get(Context, Class) to retrieve a feature vertical API.
An example of retrieving the WindowManagerPrivileged API can be seen below:
WindowManagerPrivileged windowManagerPrivileged = MasonFramework.get(context, WindowManagerPrivileged.class);
From here, you can invoke whatever the given interface provides.
The Android SDK is designed to give your app access to the Mason Platform. This allows you to retreive information like device name, group, imei, serial, and more.
|Mason Platform SDK AAR||Javadoc||Supported Mason OS Version(s)|
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