Vero helps users run behavioral email campaigns, which send emails to customers based on their actions. Some situations that the service has been preconfigured to respond to include customers leaving the checkout without buying a product in their cart, customers not returning to the site in more than 30 days, and customers signing up without inputting a key metric. Vero users can also create their own situationally appropriate responses from scratch.
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The Vero iOS SDK by Vero can access the API to integrate email marketing features. Interface usage allows tracking an event as a user registers to an app as the example provided. It also enables to update a user age, tag a user with the word VIP, and unsubscribe a user from receiving emails from an app.
The Vero PHP SDK by Vero can access the API to integrate email marketing features into product applications. Resources include a sample that identifies a new client with name, job title, and subscription type.
The Vero Perl SDK by Carlos Lima communicates with the API to access email platform services. Authentication, requests, and responses are available at https://github.com/carloslima/vero-api-pm/blob/master/lib/Vero/API.pm
The Vero Java SDK by Sergii Zagriichuk interacts with the API, providing initial resources to integrate email platform services into applications. API information is available at https://github.com/szagriichuk/vero-java/tree/master/src/test/java/com/vero/java/api
The Vero Python SDK by Ryan Wilson-Perkin allows to access the API to implement email platform features such as users, subscriptions, and events. Usage demonstrates how to create an instance and interact with users.