OpenTok is a free set of APIs from TokBox that enables websites to weave live, group video communication into their online experience. TokBox is a web application that allows users to make multi-party video chat calls over the Internet without a download. With OpenTok users can: control size, layout and movement of video streams; stream to multiple pages and sites at once; create both "viewer" and "participant" roles; scale to large gatherings. The API uses RESTful protocol with responses formatted in XML.
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The OpenTok Android Sample Code by TokBox demonstrates API access to implement chat features into mobile devices. Examples available include Hello World, Custom Video Viewer, Screen Sharing, and Simple Multiparty.
The OpenTok ObjectiveC Sample Code by TokBox presents API access to integrate video and audio into chat applications. It includes Hello World, Screen Sharing, Overlay Graphics, Audio Levels, and Ringtones.
The OpenTok PHP Sample Code by TokBox demonstrates API access with chat features such as messaging, voice, and video by interacting with the API. Developers can clone and experiment with Hello World and Archiving examples available.
The OpenTok .NET Sample Code by TokBox presents how to interact with the API to integrate chat features, such as messaging, voice, and video. Developers can experiment with Hello World and Archiving examples that provide code available.
The OpenTok Java Sample Code by TokBox demonstrates how API interaction can access chat features, such as messaging, voice, and video. It provides Hello World and Archiving examples with code available.
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.