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|Data for this-week-in-rust.org|
|Laravel Newsletter||1,560||135||22||a month ago||47||February 09, 2023||4||mit||PHP|
|Manage Mailcoach and MailChimp newsletters in Laravel|
|Mc Magento||120||a year ago||20||November 10, 2020||14||osl-3.0||PHP|
|Mailchimp for Magento 1 Integration. Syncs all data (subscriber, customers, orders, products) and enables marketing automation with email campaigns, automations, ads, postcards and more.|
|Syliusmailchimpplugin||43||a month ago||13||August 23, 2021||mit||PHP|
|Simple MailChimp integration with Sylius eCommerce framework.|
|Capuchin||42||10 years ago||3||September 26, 2013||3||mit||Ruby|
|Jekyll for email newsletters (powered by MailChimp)|
|Nuxt Newsletter||37||9 months ago||8||mit||TypeScript|
|✉️ Nuxt module for first class integration with popular newsletter providers|
|Mailness||35||3 years ago||2||mit||PHP|
|Mailness - self hosted email marketing platform|
|Lsnewsletterinvite||25||9 years ago||1||March 24, 2015||4||mit||Objective-C|
|A simple newsletter invite popup that works with MailChimp to help you get more newsletter signups.|
|Wwwision.neos.mailchimp||22||24 days ago||1||gpl-3.0||PHP|
|Flow package that integrates MailChimp into your Neos / Flow installation|
|Examples||18||7 months ago||apache-2.0||Python|
|MetaCall Examples - A collection of use cases and examples to be deployed in MetaCall.|
Capuchin is a tool for writing email newsletters. It allows you to write content in Markdown and schedule the resulting campaign for delivery via the MailChimp API.
You can think of Capuchin as "Jekyll for email newsletters".
If you want fancy HTML you probably want to stick to MailChimp's WYSIWYG editor, but for a newsletter where the primary content is text (and some links) give Capuchin a shot.
You don't need to add it to your Gemfile - it's best kept as a system-wide gem. All you need to do is install it from the command line:
$ gem install capuchin
This installs the command line tool
The directory structure is as follows:
. ├── .env ├── _config.yml └── _emails ├── 2013-09-01-selling-software-products.md └── 2013-09-08-creating-value-as-a-consultant.md
capuchin new PATH will scaffold the directory structure in PATH
capuchin create "Email Subject" will generate a Markdown email file with the
capuchin schedule _emails/PATH_TO_EMAIL.md will process the input email, and
schedule it for MailChimp delivery based on the date in the YAML front-matter
(defaults to the date in the filename)
Capuchin leverages MailChimps templating system (instead of doing templating
locally). To have your content inserted into your email, make sure your template
mc:edit="main" in it.
You need to set the template ID from MailChimp in
_config.yml (see below).
Set your MailChimp API key (You can see your API keys here) in the
DO NOT CHECK THIS INTO SOURCE CODE IF YOUR REPOSITORY IS PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE!!
Specify Capuchin configuration in
capuchin: from_email: "[email protected]" from_name: "Joe Cool" list_id: "ee90847678" template_id: 71337 # Delivery time is 24 Hour format in GMT delivery_time: "08:30:00"
Given a file
_emails\2013-09-01-selling-software-products.md with these
contents (and the same configuration as above):
--- subject: Selling Software Products --- This is an email about how to sell software!
capuchin schedule _emails\2013-09-01-selling-software-products.md to schedule
this campaign in MailChimp to be sent on 2013-09-01 at 08:30 AM (GMT) to all members of
the list with a Subject of "Selling Software Products".
A capuchin monkey are New World monkeys of the subfamily Cebinae. They are considered the most intelligent New World monkeys, known especially for their long-term tool usage and social structures. Capuchin monkeys are sometimes referred to as "nature's butlers" because of their historic use as service animals.