The Nylas Create User Account Client Ruby Sample Code demonstrates how to connect to a client object to access all email, calendar, and contacts functionality and data for a specific user account. To create a Nylas account client object, initialize an API object, passing the CLIENT_ID and CLIENT_SECRET for the Nylas App and the ACCESS_TOKEN for the specific user account.
So you need to send emails. Pretty simple right? Not so fast. It doesn’t matter how easy your language or framework makes sending emails, if you try to do it on your own be prepared to configure mail servers, setup Spam-related DNS entries, and still wonder if mail is actually being delivered. And your applications needs to process incoming email? Back to the config files, piping mail to your script - or just end up polling a POP or IMAP box. That’s what I had to do, back in the day. Fortunately, like so many things today, there’s an API for that. Actually there are a few.
Aviary, the web-based image editing solution, is now available via its image editing API to Mailchimp users. Mailchimp wanted to streamline the email design process. Previously, users would typically exit the mailchimp website to edit images in software applications such as iPhoto or Photoshop. Besides being time-consuming, this fragments the user experience and breaks the workflow.
In a press release on 11 March 2013, Message Bus announced that its Message Bus Platform is now available for integration via Zapier's drag and drop API integration capabilities. This is exciting news for anyone trying to create efficient integrations and workflows that make sense for business but don't come with the associated efforts, long lead times and costs that custom API work entails.