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mjml.

The open source framework for responsive emails

MJML leverages high level components to abstract the complexity of responsive email. It embeds all of the hacks needed to make emails responsive everywhere, from Outlook 2003 to Inbox by Gmail: conditional comments, media queries and fallbacks. Based on a semantic syntax, it’s very easy to learn, use and maintain.

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HTML Email

Responsive HTML email templates for startups & developers

HTML Email is a pack of responsive HTML email templates for developers, startups and email marketers. Designing and coding email templates is a pain. Use our templates to save you hours of troubleshooting and debugging your email designs. Tested across all major clients and ESPs including Gmail, Outlook, iOS, Android, Mailchimp, Sendgrid and more.

Lee Munroe- Designer. Developer. Maker.
Well tested on all major email clients. I found that all the free templates out there were either poor quality or hard to work with. So I created this set specifically for developers and startups who need something professional and simple.
Smashingmagazine
HTML email: Two words that, when combined, brings tears to a developer's eyes. If you're a web developer, it's inevitable that coding an email will be a task that gets dropped in your lap at some time in your career, whether you like it or not. Coding HTML email is old school.
Litmus Software, Inc.
By Kevin Mandeville In the 29th episode of The Email Design Podcast, hosts Kevin Mandeville and Jason Rodriguez dive into Microsoft partnering to improve Outlook rendering, an "unfolding" email experiment, HTML typography in email, and more. Be sure to follow along and join in the discussion on Twitter using #EmailDesignPodcast.
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Unlayer

Embeddable email editor and page builder for SaaS and CRMs

Unlayer is a drag-n-drop embeddable email editor and page builder for SaaS or CRMs. It's built to be developer friendly and compatible with all email clients and browsers. Your users will create beautiful mobile-ready emails or landing pages right from your app.

GitHub
react-email-editor - Drag-n-Drop Email Editor Component for React.js
Medium
Every time we wanted to add a drag-n-drop email editor in any of our projects, there weren't many good options available that were polished and reliable enough for commercial use. After months of search, we decided to build one that can be embedded in any web app within 5 minutes.
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What new products help you design and send beautiful newsletters?

Geoffrey WegBetaworks, TechStars, White House
MailerLite - Build beautiful email newsletters with drag-and-drop editor
"You could try this drag and drop editor"
mjml. - The open source framework for responsive emails
"This is a great tool but more dev-centric"

Best free responsive email generator?

Sainath KMFounder, BedsForFans.com
Foundation for Emails 2 - Create responsive HTML emails that work on any device
"Not exactly a generator. But the Foundation email templates are great. You can download one and then tweak it to fit your needs."
mjml. - The open source framework for responsive emails
"Check this out, They have template also, that will help you a lot."

What is the best HTML email builder?

james frewinHead of Creative @ Labstep
Revue 2.0 - The easiest way to create and send a curated newsletter
"Not sure if Revue suits your use-case, but I've used revue in the past to send out newsletter kind of HTML emails. It is quite simple to us… See more
SendPulse - Increase newsletter open rate with artificial intelligence.
"I like this one personally. Easy interface with drag-and-drop editor, 3 ways of creating emails, including HTML editor and a sensitive syst… See more
Publicate 2.0 - Create powerful newsletters & weekly web roundups
"I like publicate as it's easy to use, has a good amount of control options and includes support for HTML"
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