What is HEML?

Small introduction to a new open source markup language for building responsive email
30 October 2017   3246

What is HEML?

HEML is an open source markup language for building responsive email. It gives you the native power of HTML without having to deal with all of the email quirks. HEML makes building emails as easy as building websites.

HEML is built on 3 core principles. Each decision about the architecture and element design is made with these in mind.

  • Native Feel
    If you know HTML and CSS, you will get started with this programming language fast
     
  • Forward Thinking
    HEML is designed to take advantage of all that email can do while still providing a solid experience for all clients
     
  • Extendable
    You can create your own powerful elements and style rules. Share them with the world, or keep 'em to yourself

Code example 

<heml>
  <head>
    <subject>Email Rox!</subject>
    <style>
      body { background: SkyBlue; }
      h1 { color: DarkViolet; }
    </style>
  </head>
  <body>
    <container>
      <marquee><h1>Hello world </h1></marquee>
    </container>
  </body>
</heml>

Links

If you are interested, visit:

  • GitHub
  • Website
  • Docs
  • Online editor

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