universal links

Universal Links with SparkPost

Jan. 15, 2016 / By Chris Wilson

With a little configuration, iOS9's Universal Links allows email sent with SparkPost to seamlessly integrate with your mobile application.

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Developer Innovation at the SparkPost Hackathon

Dec. 18, 2015 / By Rich Leland

The SparkPost hackathon teams impressed us with their creative thinking and technical chops. These engineers produced a crop of ideas that inspired us all and continued our tradition of innovation. Let’s take a look at some of the great hacks that came out of the event.

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Power BI and SparkPost

Monitoring Your SparkPost Data with Microsoft’s Power BI

Dec. 16, 2015 / By Sparky

SparkPost integration with Microsoft's Power BI provides customers with a single view of critical business data. By connecting Power BI to your existing SparkPost account, you’ll be able to use the Power BI SparkPost content pack to monitor, explore, and visualize email metrics.

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Error Logging

Error Logging with Angular and Nginx

Dec. 11, 2015 / By Aimee Knight

Read how the SparkPost development team is easily handling errors from a third-party vendor integration with just a few lines of Angular and Nginx customization.

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Empowering Developers With The SparkPost Lab

Nov. 6, 2015 / By Rich Leland

Here at SparkPost we are always looking for new ways to connect with developers using our product. This week at Insight, our annual user conference, we set up our first SparkPost Lab, an area where visitors can get to know SparkPost through direct conversations with our engineers. Read how it works and where we'll be next.

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Java-SparkPost Library Released!

Nov. 2, 2015 / By Chris Wilson

At SparkPost we know many of our largest customers interface to the REST API from a Java backend. Today we are pleased to announce our Java client library. This will make developing for SparkPost a breeze for Java developers. Let's take a look at how to get started.

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php client library

PHP-SparkPost Library 1.0.0 Released!

Oct. 16, 2015 / By Jordan Nornhold

We are proud to announce a new release of the php-sparkpost library at version 1.0.0! After receiving feedback from the community, we have dramatically overhauled the library to be easier to use and more flexible. One of the biggest changes that we’ve made in this release is the use of HTTP adapters.

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New API Feature: Message Events

Sep. 18, 2015 / By Bob Evans

There has been a lot of demand for this API and I'm proud to announce we just released a new feature in our API: Message Events, which allows users to pull down recipient-level data. Read the full post for details.

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IP Whitelisting for API Keys

Aug. 19, 2015 / By Max Mathieu

Can someone find or steal your API key? Unfortunately, yes and here's a solution to solve that problem within SparkPost.

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Recipient Lists in SparkPost

How to Create, Delete, Retrieve and Update an Email Recipient List in SparkPost

Jul. 8, 2015 / By Aydrian Howard

Whenever you’re sending bulk email, or even email to more than a handful of recipients, it’s best to put them in an email recipient list. This is particularly true if you plan to send multiple emails to the same recipients. Otherwise, you’ll have to reference every recipient every time you send an email, and the packet will be large. You can avoid these issues by referencing a recipient list. You can create, retrieve, update and delete recipient lists using the SparkPost API.

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How to View and Validate Your Suppression Lists

Apr. 8, 2015 / By Benjamin Dean

In this post I’m going to show you some details on our new SparkPost Suppression List API and how to test it in conjunction with our Webhooks feature to validate that recipients are being automatically added to the account’s Suppression List for the appropriate events.

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Email Suppression Improves Email Deliverability

Mar. 12, 2015 / By Benjamin Dean

Today’s production release of SparkPost provides Suppression and unsubscribe functionality via a shiny new Suppression List API. Why Do I Need This and How Does it Work? Protecting your sender reputation is essential to maximizing your email deliverability. Many inbox providers, e.g. Yahoo, Gmail,

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