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Im going to walk through installing Fabric.io and integrating Digits into my application. One of the first things I noticed is how easy and seamless the whole process was. Probably the best experience Ive had when dealing with another companys tool on improving the mobile development experience.

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1. Create an account on Fabric.io and download the Fabric App:

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3. Follow the directions of the plugin in the bar. This was one of the best experiences Ive personally had when developing a mobile app.

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4. I followed the instructions for setting up the Digits module of Twitter Kit using their simple app in the menu bar:

Meet Kunal, Developer Evangelist at-large for SendGrid and home-grown New Jersey hacker. He previously ran General Machines, which developed Deaftel – a phone service for the deaf that converts voice to text and text back into voice over a phone call. Since March 2013, Kunal has been working as a Developer Evangelist at SendGrid, helping enable developers to get the tools and resources they need to make awesome, creative stuff.

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This post will focus on one of the functionalities of the Twitter Kit, but lets just review the other kits before we begin:

Twitter Kit Gives your app capabilities to more natively access Twitter features such as composing a tweet, and other social integrations. One of the interesting aspects of this Kit is something called Digits. Instead of having your users log in through their Twitter account, they can also log in through SMS without having to worry about a 3rd-party API for infrastructure, or another site having some access to their social history.

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This works out great, because it lets fabric know if everything is set up properly and it sends you an email if it is (through SendGrid!). A really seamless experience.

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5. The end result was creating an app that lets me use SMS for logging users in without having to use a 3rd party SMS provider and worry about those costs. Pretty powerful in my opinion.

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It walks you through running a build script for every time the app is built and ran.

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Mopub Helps you monetize your app with advertising. I didnt touch this functionality while playing around with their product.

Check back into the SendGrid Blog every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the next few weeks to see what Im working on! You can alsovisit my intro postthat will have an updated list of everything Ive written for my 15 Days of Code Challenge.

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A couple weeks ago I watched a couple of talks on Twitters new product Fabric ( Its a collection of tools to make mobile developers lives easier. According to their documentation, Fabric is more specifically a set of mobile development tools called Kits that help you make your app more stable, add social features like sharing and login, and turn your app into a business with easy monetization. You can read more about Fabric and the Kits here:

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