One year after releasing the first version of MJML, we're proud to
announce MJML 4. In a nutshell, we are dropping the use of React,
improving performances and enhancing the component creation process.Read more about MJML 4.
February 28th, 2017
Announcing MJML 4
More interactivity! Including an accordion your readers can interact with in your emails
is now super easy with mj-accordion . Try it live!
February 21st, 2017
The community has been asking for it, so we're proud to announce that
the MJML API is now available in beta to help you integrate seamlessly MJML
in your app. Join the beta!
February 14th, 2017
We're getting the party started with this new page rewinding the journey!
Also, a neat new version of MJML is in beta, with support for media queries and a new component: mj-wrapper!
February 7th, 2017
Kicking off the #MJMLbirthday
It’s been a whole year since we launched MJML.
We’d like to thank our community for its amazing support,
we’re looking forward to seeing what we’ll build together on
February 4th, 2017
MJML turns One
We wouldn’t have gotten so far without the help of our community.
Over the last year, 300 issues have been closed and more than a hundred pull requests have been
January 24th, 2017
Closing the 300th issue
MJML gets its own tutorial on the reference magazine for web
developers and designers. During its first year, MJML has been
mentioned in more than a hundred publications, including the Email Design Podcast and WebDesignerDepot.
Because we’re convinced email should not only be easy,
but also fun, we’re proud to bring interactivity to your emails. With mj-carousel, display a gallery of images your subscribers
can interact with in your emails!
November 16th, 2016
First interactive component
MJML returns from the summer holidays with its biggest update yet, loaded with new features: markup
validation, CSS inlining and fonts imports, amongst others.
October 18, 2016
As part of our commitment to finding ways to involve
our community even more, we decided to open the roadmap so everyone can see what’s next for MJML.