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  • Quick tips
HTTP Crash Course

HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol, and it’s a mechanism used to transfer data across the internet between clients (computers, laptops, phones, etc.) and servers.

Mailgun Community
5 min read
  • Customer Success
Sending Email Using The Mailgun PHP API

It’s been a while since the Mailgun PHP SDK came around, and we’ve seen lots of changes: new functionalities, new integrations built on top, new API endpoints…yet the core of PHP is the same. Since it was the first SDK for the Mailgun API, it’s had time to mature and go through iterations that make it easy to use – which we realized when we gave it a try.

Mailgun Community
5 min read
  • Best Practices
Building Email Lists Of Contacts That (Actually) Want To Hear From You

This post was written and contributed by our friends at Ongage. You have a large list of subscribers that opted-in to receive your stuff. All potential customers – so naturally you want to send them everything you’ve got: daily content pieces, offers and discounts, a little Grumpy Cat, too. It’s gonna be great!

Mailgun Team
7 min read
  • Email DIY
Mailgun For Non-Devs: Leveraging An Email Marketing Platform

This guest post comes from Ongage, a front-end email marketing platform that integrates nicely with ESPs like Mailgun and empowers you to do some seriously advanced things with your marketing emails.

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • Email DIY
A Practical Guide To Using Mailgun’s Webhooks

This guest post comes from Opeyemi Obembe, a Mailgun customer based in Nigeria. When we saw Opeyemi’s tutorial on how to set up webhooks, we knew we needed to share it with you. Not only is Opeyemi’s methodology rock solid, but he’s the type of developer we love supporting.

Mailgun Team
8 min read
  • Best Practices
Email Remains The Most Effective Marketing Platform

This article was written and contributed by Rod Ussing at Lookahead.io. With the explosive growth of social media, some marketers have started to question whether email is still relevant to online marketing. Indeed, it’s not uncommon to see blog posts entitled “Email is Dead!” To examine this dramatic claim, let us take a look at the current status of email in marketing, and review a few facts along the way.

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • Best Practices
Best Practices For Successful Email Delivery

This article was written and contributed by Rod Ussing at Lookahead.io. Composing good email is important but making sure it successfully reaches your recipients is critical. So many well-intended messages end up in spam (60% in a recent analysis). We talked a lot about the relationship between reputation and deliverability in our last post. Let’s talk about how to get your email into recipients’ inboxes reliably.

Mailgun Team
8 min read
  • Best Practices
Why Automated Transactional Emails Are Critical To Your Growth

Written and contributed by Howard Lo, Founder of Rabbut.com, an email collection app for blogs and businesses built on Mailgun. You can learn more at Rabbut’s blog.

Mailgun Team
4 min read
  • Email DIY
Reliable Linux Server Alerts With Mailgun

This post was written and contributed by Major Hayden, Principal Architect at Rackspace. Today’s multi-cloud world allows for lots of flexibility, but infrastructure sprawl creates serious challenges for email delivery. Mailgun customers already know how it can help them send critical business emails, such as receipts, newsletters, and promotions. What about all of those other emails that servers need to send when something goes wrong?

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • For devs
Introducing The Mailgun Module For Drupal

This post was contributed by Jeffrey Chen at Peano Inc. One thing Mailgun and Drupal have in common is that they’re both developer-centric services, making it extremely easy to extend and build on top of their structure and APIs.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • Email DIY
Scheduled Email Delivery With Mailgun And Node.Js

Authored by Timothy Voice, a Brooklyn based software developer and MEAN.JS enthusiast. This post was originally posted on his blog.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • For devs
Introducing A Cross-Platform Debugger For Go

We use Go for a lot of our server development here at Mailgun, and it’s great. Coming from Python, though, there is one thing I really missed:

Mailgun Team
5 min read

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