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README.md

SwiftMailgun

Cocoapods Compatible GitHub license Swift 3

SwiftMailgun provides simple alternative when you need to send an email with your iOS app using MailGun.

Why?

Sometimes, there is the need to setup a simple email form in your iOS app, or to trigger an email after an action without having to setup your own service for that, sometimes you don't want to use the MailComposeViewController or use a SMTP library. This provide a simple alternative when you need to send an email with your iOS app.

✉️ Mailgun

Mailgun provides a simple reliable API for transactional emails. You will need to have an ApiKey and an account to use the client.

:octocat: Installation

Get SwiftMailgun on CocoaPods, just add pod 'SwiftMailgun' to your Podfile.

🎓 Usage

Usage is very simple

import SwiftMailgun

let mailgun = MailgunAPI(apiKey: "YouAPIKey", clientDomain: "yourDomain.com")

mailgun.sendEmail(to: "to@test.com", from: "Test User <test@test.com>", subject: "This is a test", bodyHTML: "<b>test<b>") { mailgunResult in

  if mailgunResult.success{
    print("Email was sent")
  }

}

🔧 TODO

  • Multiple recipients
  • Add attachments
  • Add other API settings like tracking, tags, etc
  • Carthage support

✌️ License

MIT

👽 Author

Chris Jimenez - http://chrisjimenez.net, @chrisjimeneznat

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