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Nicolas Garnier


Nicolas Garnier

Nicolas Garnier was a Product Manager at Sinch Mailjet and the creator of our open-source email coding framework, MJML. He's a true email geek and shares all his expertise around email development on the Mailjet blog.

Latest stories by Nicolas Garnier

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The MJML holiday tutorial to win at responsive email coding

The holiday season is a key period for any marketer. It’s a great time to engage with users and customers and stand out in our recipients’...

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MJML turns 2 and levels up with a new version: MJML v4

Two years ago, we open sourced MJML, a responsive email library that we created...

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The year of interactive email

While email has been around for a while, it can still be very hard to get right, mostly for the lack of standardization among email clients....

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MJML just leveled up

A month and a half ago, we launched MJML with an audacious promise: make responsive...

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MJML, the story so far…

MJML, our innovative templating language that makes responsive email development easy, is...

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Get personal with your contacts using Mailjet’s templating language

Today is an exciting day at Mailjet, as we’re releasing a new major feature for developers: our...

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MJML: Why we created a new open-source framework for email coding

Email coding has been a pain point for ages and it’s something we’re setting out to redefine. That’s why we created MJML, a new markup...

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How APIs are changing software as we know it

Remember when “the cloud”  simply referred to random external servers or even the internet as a...

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UpFront 2015: The anatomy of a great UX

I would say it started as most days do, but I would be lying, as the train was early

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Taking Rome by storm, A Codemotion adventure

It was a fairly inauspicious start to my journey, flying into Rome Fiumicino airport only to find there were no trains to the city due a power...

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StartupBus: The final stretch

This is the third and final installment of the blog series about our journey aboard the StartupBus....

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