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Choosing a Responsive Email Framework: MJML vs. Foundation for Emails | CSS-Tricks
Compares MJML with Foundation for emails - two frameworks. There are ready-made implementations of both I think (eg Slinky). From the Conclusion and some Comments, MJML looks better for me.
html  email  design  construction  responsive  construct  build  make  comparison  mjml  foundation 
7 weeks ago by piperh
Building Responsive Emails With MJML - Tutorialzine
via Pocket - Building Responsive Emails With MJML Making HTML emails is just like building websites. The only difference is that layouts have to be constructed using , CSS styles have to be written inline, and you have to support clients so out of date, they use Microsoft Word for rendering.
IFTTT  Pocket  mjml  transactional  email 
11 weeks ago by mannieschumpert
MJML - The Responsive Email Framework
The only framework that makes responsive email easy. MJML is a markup language designed to reduce the pain of coding a responsive email. Its semantic syntax makes it easy and straightforward while its rich standard components library fastens your development time and lightens your email codebase. MJML’s open-source engine takes care of translating the MJML you wrote into responsive HTML.
responsive  mail  framework  webdev  newsletter  mjml  html  css  email  webdesign 
february 2018 by mAAdhaTTah
MJML – How To Make Responsive HTML Email Coding Easy
Learn how to create your own responsive email thanks to MJML. Here is a comprehensive step-by-step tutorial to the open-source framework.
tutorial  howto  mjml  responsive  webdesign  email 
june 2017 by stechico
sighmon/mjml-rails: MJML + ERb/Haml/Slim view template
mjml-rails - MJML + ERb/Haml/Slim view template
rails  mjml  email  node  ruby  html 
march 2017 by jayroh

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