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mjml - MJML: the only framework that makes responsive-email easy

  •    Javascript

MJML is a markup language created by Mailjet and 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. You can install MJML with NPM to use it with NodeJS or the Command Line Interface. If you're not sure what those are, head over to Usage for other ways to use MJML.

mjml-app - :email: The desktop app for MJML

  •    Javascript

See CHANGELOG.md for releases details. Visit the website to download the version that fits your platform, or just go to the release page.

mjml-utils - The utility belt for MJML developers

  •    Javascript

If you install mjml-utils locally, you'll probably want to configure it to run via your package.json scripts. This method is encouraged, and an example of local usage via package.json scripts is provided below. The mju --build command compiles all MJML templates into HTML templates.

grapesjs-mjml - Newsletter Builder with MJML components in GrapesJS

  •    Javascript

This plugin enables the usage of MJML components inside the GrapesJS environment. MJML components are rendered in real-time using the official compiler, therefore the result is, almost, the same as using the MJML Live Editor. Alternatively, you can clone the grapesjs repository in a different directory, npm link it and use that as the grapesjs dependency. This lets you simultaneously run grapesjs-mjml and grapesjs from source.

atom-mjml-preview - MJML preview in Atom

  •    Javascript

Show the rendered HTML from MJML on the right pane of the editor. It is enabled for .mjml files. To toggle the preview, go to "Packages" > "mjml-preview" > "Preview MJML".

email-templates - A collection of email templates coded in MJML

  •    Javascript

A collection of responsive email templates coded in MJML and available on mjml.io/templates. Some of those templates could do with a good clean and we truly appreciate help. If you see any error in a template or a way to enhance a template, feel free to submit a pull-request with your changes.

language-mjml - Atom Editor package providing syntax support for MJML

  •    CoffeeScript

Adds syntax highlighting and snippets to MJML files in Atom. Contributions are greatly appreciated. Please fork this repository and open a pull request to add snippets, make grammar tweaks, etc.

mjml-component-boilerplate - A boilerplate to quickly get started when creating your own component

  •    Javascript

A boilerplate to quickly get started when creating your own component. 3 examples can be found in /components. Each of them introduce new features, so they should be checked in this order : MjBasicComponent, MjImageText, MjLayout.

mjml-syntax - Sublime package for the MJML


Sublime package for the MJML syntax to provide syntax highlight and snippets for your MJML files. The easiest way to install the MJML syntax plugin for Sublime Text is through Package Control. The plugin is available here.

email-templates-sdk - PrestaShop Emails SDK

  •    Javascript

The PrestaShop Emails SDK is a toolkit to create custom emails for PrestaShop 1.5, 1.6 and 1.7. You first need to install Node.js.

laravel-mjml - Laravel MJML offers support for rendering MJML syntax into in-line HTML that can be sent within mails

  •    PHP

Laravel MJML is a simple API wrapper for the MJML.io Render API. In case you don't know what MJML.io is, it is a language that helps building mails easier and faster without messing up with inline HTML. It has its own syntax that can be later rendered using their apps, online editor or their API. This API wrapper comes with Mustache Engine integrated, so you can both render the MJML to HTML with applied values from Mustache.

rss-to-email - Generate HTML email from your RSS feeds

  •    Javascript

Generate HTML emails and mjml templates from one or more RSS feeds. Note: This project is pre-version 1.0.0, so breaking changes may occur. Use at your own risk or lock down to a specific version using NPM.