SendGrid recently released a new version of their most critical API endpoint, the one that sends email. In order to provide a better developer experience, they changed the format of the API request payload. This article looks at the decisions made in service of creating a good developer experience.
SendGrid APIs (5)
||The SendGrid Campaigns API returns JSON data to create, manage, send, and schedule email campaigns. Developers can authenticate with API Key. Sendgrid offers email marketing services.||09.07.2018|
||The SendGrid Users returns JSON data to keep a user profile verified and updated. API methods are available to nmanage account information, email addresses, usernames, credit balances and passwords....||09.07.2018|
||This API endpoint allows you to retrieve your current event webhook settings. If an event type is marked as true, then the event webhook will include information about that event. SendGrid’s Event...||04.29.2017|
||SendGrid's cloud-based email helps keep emails out of spam folders, provides a cloud service that scales with email demands, and provides email analytics to track opens and clicks. The Event API...||05.18.2012|
||SendGrid's cloud-based email helps keep emails out of spam folders, provides a cloud service that scales with email demands, and provides email analytics to track opens and clicks. SendGrid has a...||08.11.2009|
SendGrid announced they are sunsetting two of their API endpoints this month. In an email sent to their API consumers, Sendgrid stated that all API calls must now use a new base URL. They also directed developers to reference SendGrid’s API documentation or contact them through their attached email.
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