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About Mojio

Mojio is an on-board diagnostics service in which you access to a great deal of data about the driver and their vehicle to create apps and services to improve the end user experience.Mojio has an open platform that is completely scalable and hardware agnostic, Mojio provides all the elements needed to launch your connected car service. And Mojio has many Apis that are sufficient to control the users, their vehicles, and the vehicle trips.

Purpose of the connector for mojio

The purpose of this connector is to simplify and streamline the way you access mojio's APIs from, by providing you with a few native objects that you can directly integrate into your own scripts.This will hopefully allow you to create sophisticated applications.


  • mojio/config: Script that contains authorizationUrl, accessTokenUrl, client_id, client_secret, addStateToRedirectUrl, grant_type, response_type, accessTokenFieldName, refreshTokenFieldName, scope, and redirect_uri.

  • mojio/client : generic http client that handles the communication between and mojio's APIs.

  • mojio/mojioManager : This object has methods that gets a specific mojio getMojio(), update an existing mojio updateMojio(), delete an existing mojio deleteMojio(), get all mojios getAllMojios(), claim a mojio claimMojio(), update an existing Mojio's wifi settings updateMojioWiFiRadioSettings(), get the status of a Mojio update request gettMojioTransactionStatus(), and gets an individual mojio's capabilities gettMojioCapabilities().

  • mojio/vehicleManager : This object has methods that gets activity settings for vehicle getVehicleSettings(), update activity settings for vehicle updateVehicleSettings(), save activity settings for vehicle saveVehicleSettings(), get details about a specific vehicle getVehicleDetails(), update an existing vehicle updateVehicle(), delete an existing vehicle deleteVehicle(), get all vehicles getAllVehicles(), create a new vehicle createVehicle(), get the current address of a vehicle getVehicleCurrentAddress(), get all vehicle's trips getVehicleTrips(), get a summary of a vehicle's trips getVehicleTripsSummary(), get the vin details about the vehicle getVehicleVin(), get the service schedule for the vehicle getVehicleServiceSchedule(), get the next service schedule for the vehicle getVehicleNextServiceSchedule(), get the current statistics for the vehicle getVehicleStats(), get an aggregate of the Vehicle's data getVehicleAggregate(), and update details for a specific DTC code on a vehicle updateVehicleDTCCodeDetails().

  • mojio/userManager : This object has methods that gets current user details getMyDetails(), get a specific user getUserDetails(), update an existing user. updateUser(), get all users GetAllUsers(), get et all vehicles the user owns GetUserVehicles(), get all mojios the user owns getUserMojios(), get all trips the user owns getUserTrips(), get all groups the user owns getUserGroups(), get all of a user's phone numbers getUserPhoneNumbers(), add a phone number to a user addPhoneNumber(), get a user's phone number details getUserPhoneNumberDetails(), create or update a phone number on a user updateUserPhoneNumber(), delete a phone number from a user deleteUserPhoneNumber(), get all of a user's emails getUserEmails(), add an email to a user addUserEmail(), get a user's email details getUserEmail(), create or update a user's email updateUserEmail(), and delete an email from a user deleteUserEmail().

  • mojio/geofenceManager : This object has methods that create a new geofence createGeofence(),get all geofences accessible to the current user getAllGeofences(), get an individual geofence's details getGeofence(), delete an existing geofence deleteGeofence(), and update an existing geofence updateGeofence().

  • mojio/tripManager : This object has methods that get a specific trip getTrip(), get all trips getAllTrips(), update an existing trip updateTrip(), and delete an existing trip deleteTrip().

  • mojio/appManager : This object has method that get the app information getApps().

  • mojio/activityStreams : This object has method that get all activities related to resources of this type getActivities().

How To Use

  • Deploy the aforementioned scripts in your scriptr account, in a folder named "mojio",
  • Create a developer account and an application at mojio,
  • Once done, make sure to copy/paste the values of your application Key and application secret in the corresponding variables of the "mojio/config" file (respectively client_id and client_secret). Also replace"YOUR_AUTH_TOKEN" with your actual auth token in the "redirect_uri" variable.
  • Create an end user (driver) account (
  • Create a test script in scriptr, or use the script provided in mojio/test/.

Obtain end users access tokens from mojio

Step 1

From a front-end application, send a request to the /mojio/getRequestCodeUrl script, passing the username parameter. The username can be the actual end user's mojio username or another username he decides to use in your IoT application. The result returned by the aforementioned script should resemble the following:

>> curl -X POST  -F username=test1 -H 'Authorization: bearer VDYzRkExMkUwNTpzY3JpcHRyOjhGNDk3RERFNzk0OTk5Q0U3ODJCRTMxNkE4QUVCMTJG' ''
	"metadata": {
		"requestId": "458034fd-3b42-406e-88e3-554d70cf3ef9",
		"status": "success",
		"statusCode": "200"
	"result": ""

Step 2

From the front-end, issue a request to the URL obtained at step 1. This redirects your end user to the mojio's login page, where he has to enter his credentials then authorize the application on the requested scope. Once this is done, xee automatically calls back the mojio/getAccessToken script, providing it with an access and a refresh token that it stores in your's global storage. The tokens are also returned by the script.

Use the connector

In order to use the connector, you need to import mojio module.

Then create a new instance of the classes, defined in this module (we assume that we already otbained an access token for the given user) example:

Mojio Trips:

  //1-requiring tripManager object
  var tripManager = require("../tripManager");
  //2-creating a tripManager instance
  var tm = new tripManager.TripManager({"username":"test1"});
  //3-using one of tripManager Apis by calling them as a function.
  return tm.getAllTrips();
  catch(exception) {
  return exception;

Mojio Vehicles:

  //1-requiring vehicleManager object
  var tripManager = require("../tripManager");
  //2-creating a vehicleManager instance
  var vm = new vehicleManager.VehicleManager({"username":"test1"});
  //3-using one of vehicleManager Apis by calling them as a function.
  return vm.getAllVehicles();
  catch(exception) {
  return exception;

Mojio Users:

  //1-requiring userManager object
  var userManager = require("../userManager");
  //2-creating a userManager instance
  var um = new userManager.UserManager({"username":"test1"});
  //3-using one of userManager Apis by calling them as a function.
  var updateUserPhoneNumber = um.updateUserPhoneNumber("56a63a5c-bc75-4650-a9c0-b774342e7501","96176672736",{"sendVerification":"true","pin":"4431"});
  return um.getMyDetails();
  catch(exception) {
  return exception;

Mojio Mojios:

  //1-requiring mojioManager object
  var mojioManager = require("../mojioManager");
  //2-creating a mojioManager instance
  var um = new mojioManager.MojioManager({"username":"test1"});
  //3-using one of mojioManager Apis by calling them as a function.
  return mm.getAllMojios();
  catch(exception) {
  return exception;

Mojio Geofences:

  //1-requiring geofenceManager object
  var geofenceManager = require("../geofenceManager");
  //2-creating a geofenceManager instance
  var gm = new geofenceManager.GeofenceManager({"username":"test1"});
  //3-using one of geofenceManager Apis by calling them as a function.
  return gm.deleteGeofence("5a21b91d-6ef8-4f88-b48b-86b1107359fb");
  catch(exception) {
  return exception;


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