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  • For devs
Ghost And Mailgun Integration Made Easier

Meet Ghost Ghost is a project conceptualized by John O’Nolan and Hannah Wolfe to reboot the experience behind writing content on the web. It is a blogging platform focused on making writing pleasurable

Mailgun Team
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  • For devs
Mission To Mars – PyCon 2014

We had a blast at PyCon 2013 with our giant email-powered Nerf gun. It was a big crowd-pleaser and for PyCon 2014, we wanted to do something even cooler. So of course, it was obvious that we should start with… a vacuum cleaner. This blog shows you how we went from vacuum cleaner to Mars Rover and ended up having a great time again this year at PyCon.

Mailgun Team
15 min read
  • What's new
Mailgun And Heartbleed

This was reported on April 10, 2014.

Mailgun Team
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  • For devs
Mailgun Docs Are Now Open-Source

Initially posted on January 24, 2014. We like open-source software a lot, and we’ve open-sourced some of our code recently like our MIME parsing and email validation libraries. Today, we’re letting you know that we’ve also open sourced our documentation.

Mailgun Team
1 min read
  • For devs
What We Learned Open Sourcing A Major Part Of Mailgun

A few weeks ago, we open sourced Flanker, our MIME parsing and email validation library. We’ve been very happy about the release and the level of interest the Python community has shown. This tweet was typical of what we’ve heard since the release:

Mailgun Team
6 min read
  • What's new
Weekly Product Update: Improved Status Page Let’s You Get Alerts By SMS & Webhook

This week we focused on infrastructure improvements to reduce the chances of sending delays like those that occurred for some customers last week.

Mailgun Team
2 min read
  • What's new
Outdated - New Mailgun Pricing: No More Minimums, Features For All

Our pricing has since changed. For updating pricing, please visit our pricing page.

Mailgun Team
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  • What's new
Weekly Product Update: 50% Better Database Performance And Moving To Mailgun.Com

After a few weeks rolling out some frequently requested new webhook-related features, we worked on a some less visible things to keep Mailgun new and shiny for you. Specifically, we decreased the number of queries per second on our main MongoDB instance by 50%.

Mailgun Team
5 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
  • What's new
Weekly Product Update: Upgrading To MongoDB 2.4.1

Originally posted on April 12, 2013. This week we focused on backend improvements to make Mailgun more performant, reliable and scalable. Lots of boring stuff, but hopefully you’ll feel the difference.

Mailgun Team
3 min read
  • Email DIY
Objective-C Mailgun SDK Now Available

This post was originally published by Jay Baird on the Rackspace DevOps blog. The Rackspace team has been using Mailgun for a variety of projects (like this one), and just open-sourced an SDK for integrating Mailgun in iOS apps.

Mailgun Team
6 min read
  • Email DIY
Geolocation And User Agent Detection Now Available In Webhooks

We believe in doing hard work for our customers. So when we decided to add geolocation and user agent parameters to our open, click and unsubscribe webhooks, we decided to take it one step further than simply providing an IP address and a raw user agent string for customers.

Mailgun Team
2 min read

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