The Mailgun email management API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON. The API authenticates with an API Key over HTTP Basic Auth. Use Mailgun to do things like: send email, automate email services, and receive real-time notifications in app. Mailgun also offers email tracking and analytics. Note that the default version of this API is now v3. V3 is backward compatible with v2, but some endpoint behaviors have been modified. See the documentation for full details on the latest Mailgun API version.
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The Mailgun Ruby SDK by Mailgun communicates with the API to implement email, analytics, and validation features into applications. Includes REST client to work with HTTP libraries, in addition to installation with gem.
The Mailgun Node.js SDK by Mailgun communicates with the API to integrate email, analytics, and validation features into web services and mobile applications. Available an npm link that provides modules and a tutorial to send email with Node.js
The Mailgun C# SDK by Mailgun communicates to the API to integrate email features into applications. Useful to validate and analyze user interactivity. Includes RestSharp, a REST and HTTP client for .NET. It also offers Mono, a cross-platform framework sponsored by Xamarin.
The Mailgun Java SDK by Mailgun communicates with the API to implement email, analytics, and validation features into applications. Developers will be redirected to Jersey, a service that provides RESTful data in Java language.
The Mailgun Python SDK by Mailgun communicates with the API to implement email features into applications and web services. Includes install requests, WebOb that provides objects for requests and responses, and Werkzeug that provides Python classes.