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The 5 People You’ll Need on Your Email Team

Email marketing is increasingly becoming a team sport as email has shifted from plain text memos to HTML layouts, and now to dynamic content. There is more people involved in any single campaign than ever before, so it’s time to take stock of who’s on your team and what role they play. Take a look …

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[Tutorial] How To Code An Abandoned Cart Email With MJML & Templating Language

Black Friday is here and we all know what that means: hours of browsing through the Internet to find the best deals, adding items to wishlists and starting purchases that might not even be completed. With the date fast approaching, we’re here to make sure you’re ready to give your customers that extra nudge and …

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[Tutorial] How to Code a Welcome Email Template with MJML & Templating Language

You already know we’re working on a series of tutorials to show you how to create and send awesome transactional emails step by step, using MJML, our open-source email framework, and Mailjet’s templating language. Each tutorial covers a very common use-case, providing a large set of examples, code snippets, and nice visuals. Today, we’re going to see …

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[Tutorial] How to Code a Receipt Email Template with MJML & Templating Language

We are developers, like you. And what we hate above all in coding is to repeat ourselves. So when it comes to writing email templates, we want to provide our users with the best tools to produce content in the most efficient way possible, whether you want to know how to code an e-receipt or …

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MJML’s Second Birthday: MJML v4

Two years ago, we open sourced MJML, a responsive email library that we created at Mailjet for Passport, our own drag and drop builder, as we needed to generate a clean HTML that would render well in all major inboxes. Well-aware of the challenge that responsive email is, we quickly realized that MJML could benefit a lot of developers. That’s why we …

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