Do you speak C#? Now, we do!
Are you a C# / .NET developer? Discover Mailjet's new C# wrapper that let you leverage all the power of Mailjet's programmatic APIs.
Are you a C# developer? .NET has no secrets for you? This announcement will please you! To help you leverage Mailjet APIs’ programmatic power for all your email campaigns, today we’re releasing a new wrapper dedicated to C#/.Net development, working on .NET Standard 1.1 (.NET Core 1.0 and .NET Framework 4.5).
Integrated with Visual Studio, VS Intellisense and the MSDN documentation, this new wrapper supports both the v3.0 and v3.1 APIs.
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A world of APIs at hand
Following the same logic as our RESTful APIs, the C# wrapper will make you save a lot of time and complexity when it comes to managing API resources or sending emails. For instance, here’s how to make a call to the SendAPI with a few lines of code:
“That’s all?”, I hear you say. Quite simple, isn’t it? And the other REST actions aren’t any more complicated. But don’t take it at face value and have a look at the wrapper documentation for more detailed examples.
Tell me how to install it!
You can’t wait to use it already? To install this new wrapper, head over to its GitHub directory (under MIT License), or use NuGet package manager directly with the following command:
PM> Install-Package Mailjet.Api
That’s it! You’re all set, now go develop awesome C#/.NET applications with Mailjet! We’d love to hear more about your projects and listen to your feedback. Tell us what you think about this new wrapper on Twitter or contact us by email.
Do you want to learn more about what Mailjet can offer you as a developer? Check out Mailjet for Developers. Our Github account is also awaiting your visit, with lots of useful tools and plugins.
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