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  • Email DIY

Growth Email Hacks: Dynamic Images In Emails

The best way to engage with your audience is to provide interesting and helpful content relevant to them. A highly tailored transactional email is a great avenue to obtain engagement success with your audience.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • Best Practices

Double Opt-In In PHP With Mailgun

Custom signup form with Mailgun Creating a signup with Mailgun can be trivial. I receive tons of messages from people asking me to write a tutorial on how to do this in PHP so here it is.

Orlando Kalossakas
5 min read
  • Email DIY

Inbound Email Routing In PHP

Sending email is certainly the most known feature to Mailgun’s users but Mailgun can do much more than just sending emails and tracking analytics.

Orlando Kalossakas
4 min read
  • For devs

How To Send Transactional Email In A NodeJS App Using The Mailgun API

Sending transactional emails nowadays is very important for establishing a healthy customer base. Not only you can get powerful re-engagement based on triggers, actions, and patterns you can also communicate important information and most importantly, automatically between your platform and a customer.

Orlando Kalossakas
4 min read
  • What's new

The Official Mailgun Ruby Gem Is Here

Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve added Ruby to the list of official Mailgun SDKs. Just like our PHP SDK, we’ve included some utilities like Message Builder, Batch Sending and Opt-in Hander to simplify common development tasks. We’re looking forward to collaborating with the Ruby community to make the SDK even better over time. You can access the SDK on Github.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • For devs

Stress Testing HTTP With Twisted Python And Treq

Being in the API business has its challenges and maintaining the robustness of the system during peak hours is one of them. That’s why we do lots of stress testing here at Mailgun.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • For devs

Python Tutorial: How ImgPage Lets You Upload 25 MB Photos To S3 And Cloud Files With Just An Email

This post is written by Paul Finn. Paul is a Portsmouth, NH-based Python developer, business owner (http://route3software.com/) and beer enthusiast (https://hoppypress.com/beer-art). Follow his blog at http://www.pfinn.net/, his tweets at @paulfinn and his code at https://github.com/pfinn

Mailgun Team
4 min read

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