Getting Started with HTML Email
New to email coding? Here’s where to start is a wonderful guide on how to start with email coding published by Caity G. O`Connor. This comprehensive one-page guide features courses, tutorials, articles, and general guidelines to keep in mind when building and designing emails.
An Introduction To Building and Sending HTML Email For Web Developers authored by Lee Munroe, creator of HTMLemail.io is a detailed guide to building and sending HTML emails. The article provides an insight into the world of building and sending email, and a couple of code snippets and resources.
The Better Email on Design: Bundle (not free) by Jason Rodriguez, gives you access to the 225–page PDF as well as 23 videos and over 6 hours of step-by-step instruction on email design and development.
#emailgeeks is an invite–only Slack community with plenty of channels to discuss code, design, job openings, events and new tools and resources. #emailgeeks on Twitter is another place where you can find many resources.
Responsive Emails Made Easy
HEML is an open source XML-based markup language for crafting clean, responsive emails. It gives you the native power of HTML without having to deal with all of the email quirks. You are ready to start if you know HTML & CSS. It does not come with any special rules or styling paradigms.
MJML which stands for ‘Mailjet Markup Language’ has been designed to simplify the process of coding a responsive email. It leverages semantic syntax and comes with a rich standard components library. MJML tags are high-level components that will be transpiled into responsive HTML by the MJML engine.
Email template design guide which has been put together by the Blocks Edit team covers what’s involved in developing a modular template system for your email campaigns. From design, to code, to managing updates to it.