MJML
MJML
3.0.2

4.0

MJML free download for Mac

MJML3.0.2

05 April 2020

MJML desktop editor.

Overview

MJML is a lightweight app that makes responsive email smooth. You can now leverage the power of MJML directly from its official desktop app. Import and manage templates, edit your email with live rendering, customize your environment and send test emails straight from the app!

Browse the official templates library

The presets section will provide a selection of the best community templates using MJML. If you want your template to appear in this section, please submit a pull request.

Use the power of MJML, easily.

The MJML App supports out of the box all MJML features. You can see the result in the preview pane as you code, and resize it to see the responsive behaviour in real-time.

Send test emails to your inbox

The live preview is pretty cool, but the app also provides a way to directly send test emails to your inbox to see the final email on your mobile, desktop and browser clients. You will need a free Mailjet account, with your API Keys, and a valid email address to be used as a sender and recipient.

What's new in MJML

Version 3.0.2:
  • Fix screenshots
  • Fix delete file triggering an error even if file was successfully deleted

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How would you rate MJML app?

1 Reviews of MJML

4
Ean
20 March 2020
Version: 3.0.1

Most helpful

Pretty darn good, though could use some work here and there. Having the developer tools is great, but not having builtin documentation is a setback—or did I simply miss it? One of the included templates loads with a syntax error (the code seems to work though, so the error may be in error). The project gallery is very nice and has a set of templates that cover a lot of use cases. I loaded up several templates from the gallery with no syntax errors. I wish the switching between platforms was done with buttons on the toolbar instead of an invisible button that appears only when one mouses as far away from the toolbar as is possible within the GUI. Dragging the window thumb to change the size works too, and is a better way of switching than buttons at the bottom of the screen, but still "mousier" than it ought to be. There is no obvious way to customize the syntax coloring; the comment tags are impossible to read. While there is a high-contrast mode, it has very limited syntax coloring (two colors only). The project browsing and file browsing within projects work well.
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4
Ean
20 March 2020
Version: 3.0.1
Pretty darn good, though could use some work here and there. Having the developer tools is great, but not having builtin documentation is a setback—or did I simply miss it? One of the included templates loads with a syntax error (the code seems to work though, so the error may be in error). The project gallery is very nice and has a set of templates that cover a lot of use cases. I loaded up several templates from the gallery with no syntax errors. I wish the switching between platforms was done with buttons on the toolbar instead of an invisible button that appears only when one mouses as far away from the toolbar as is possible within the GUI. Dragging the window thumb to change the size works too, and is a better way of switching than buttons at the bottom of the screen, but still "mousier" than it ought to be. There is no obvious way to customize the syntax coloring; the comment tags are impossible to read. While there is a high-contrast mode, it has very limited syntax coloring (two colors only). The project browsing and file browsing within projects work well.
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