Sendy is a email newsletter application that allows users to send email newsletters that are self-hosted. Users can manage their lists, create autoresponders, and manage and send email newsletters.
The Sendy API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Sendy with other applications. Current API methods include importing and exporting email subscribers.
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The Sendy Perl SDK by Sherzod Ruzmetov interacts with the API to integrate newsletters into web services. Resources include code to subscribe, unsubscribe, get subscription status, and get active subscriber data.
The Sendy Ruby SDK by Richard Lee allows to interact with the API to implement newsletters into web projects. With the kit, developers can subscribe, unsubscribe, check subscription status, and create campaign.
The Sendy .NET SDK by Timbjames allows to interact with the API to implement newsletters into web services. Developers will be able to subscribe, unsubscribe, access subscriber status, create lists, and manage campaigns.