In this show, Scott and Wes talk about about sending both transactional and marketing email. Everything from designing to templating to inlining the CSS to getting it sent. Enjoy!Freshbooks - Sponsor
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- An update on GraphCool, Prisma and Yoga
- You can win a free course from either Scott or Wes by screenshotting yourself listening to the podcast and uploading to Twitter or Instagram.
- We will pick 1 winner from Twitter and 1 winner from Instagram
- Make sure to tag @wesbos and @stolinski on Twitter and @wesbos and @stolinskion Instagram
- Email ain't easy!
- How do Scott and Wes use email in their apps and businesses?
- Transactional vs Marketing Email
- Dealing with multiple emails and modifier
- Signing in with Facebook vs Email?!
- Transactional Email
- The Process to creating single one-off email
- Scott's Setup:
- Meteor Email Docs
- Pug Templating - the artist formerly known as Jade
- Juice CSS Inliner
- Foundation for Emails
- Designing Emails
- CSS is very limited
- MJML React Email Templating
- Tony from Twitter also told me about HTML
- Scott: Personal Capital
- Wes: Nothing is Sick this week