This tutorial is based on code created at the [App Developer Conference Conference and Hackathon](http://appdevconf.engagedigital.com) in Santa Clara, CA as a result of about 4 hours of hack time. Thus, it is extremely rough, though it should serve as a good starting point for working with both [AppMobi](http://www.appmobi.com) and the [SendGrid API](http://docs.sendgrid.com/documentation/api). This code has been tested on a MacBook Air running Lion. The iOS portion was tested using an iPhone 4s using the AppMobi labs iPhone app.
This program will allow you to send an email within your iPhone or Android app, view rudimentary account statistics and receive a SMS message when a link is clicked in your email.
ffwd is an online community that lets members discover new videos selected based on their interests and favorite shows, and share videos with friends. The "ffwd" button lets you "fast-forward" to the next video in the sequence if you've seen enough of the current video -- kind of like "channel" surfing, buy on the Net. ffwd have now released an API to let developers build ffwd applications on any web-enabled video device. Specifically, ffwd's new API will enable developers to: