At dotMailer we’ve got a powerful API that sees many millions of calls every day. And we know from speaking to our clients, that they’re using dozens of different programming languages – both old and new – to talk to our system. Because we’re using SOAP (an XML based format), it’s easy to make anything integrate with our system.
We often get asked by developers, who are just starting to integrate, whether we’ve got any samples to get them going quickly. And although we have a few bits and bobs, we don’t have as many as we’d like. So this is our call to you.
Do you have a good sample of integration with dotMailer?
Whether it’s Java or C#, COBOL or Fortran, we’d love to have it in our sample library we’re building. You can help other developers, like yourself, get the most out of dotMailer. Not only are we creating a library, we also have a dedicated group with discussion boards for API users and those who enjoy the technical side of email and dotMailer on our user community – dotZone.
If you have a good sample of code to share or want to see what we’ve got so far take a look at our API library on dotMailer.
And then sign up to dotZone and join the Techie Speak for Geeks group. Here you will find all the latest API updates and like minded people to chat with and help!