Welcome to the Mobiscroll API Reference. You can find the most up to date information about usage and customization options here.

Supported Platforms - Android 4.1+ including Android Oreo, iOS 6+ including iOS 11, Windows Phone 10 and all major mobile and desktop browsers

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Getting Started with Mobiscroll for Mvc

Mobiscroll is a collection of UI components that helps deliver great mobile apps, websites with a great user experience and in getting five-star app store reviews. The controls follow platform UX guidelines and can be styled with the Theme Builder for a perfect fit.

Using Mobiscroll ASP.Net MVC Controls

What are the Mobiscroll ASP.Net MVC Controls?

The Mobiscroll MVC Controls are custom helper methods that will generate the markup and javascript for the Mobiscroll Controls. This enables developers to configure mobiscroll controls server side, provides cleaner code and speeds up development.

The Mobiscroll ASP.Net MVC Controls require one of the following frameworks to work: MVC3, MVC4 or MVC5.1

Getting started with the ASP.Net Mvc integration

1. Download the Mobiscroll Mvc Controls library

Go to the mobiscroll download page, select the helper library and hit download.

2. Add a reference to the MobiscrollMVC.dll in you project

In the Microsoft Visual Studio go to Solution Explorer and open your project. Right click the References and hit Add Reference. Search for the MobiscrollMVC.dll you just downloaded and add it to the project.

3. Import the Mobiscroll Namespace in your views

The mobiscroll helpers are located in the mobicroll namespace, so you will have to import them. You can do this page by page, or you can do it all at once in your web.config.

Page by page

If you are using the classic ASPX rendering engine put the following line on the top of your view (ex. index.aspx)

<%@ Import Namespace="Mobiscroll" %>

If you are using the Razor rendering engine put the following line on the top of the view.

@using Mobiscroll;


In your projects web.config file under the <system.web> search for <pages>. Under <pages> search for <namespaces> and add the following line:

<add namespace="Mobiscroll" />

4. Include the Mobiscroll Scripts in your Site Master or Layout page

5. Use the Mobiscroll Helpers

You can use the mobiscroll helpers in your views like this:

Global Settings



The global mobiscroll object is the place where you can set all the options that you'll be needing across your application or page. It should contain the settings that need to be the same across all components.

// Sets the theme to iOS and localization to German
mobiscroll.settings = {
    theme: 'ios',
    lang: 'de'

For more examples check out the demo page.