I meant I haven't tried Mailup so I don't know if beefree is included in your mailup product...
glad to see an italian company doing cool stuff :-)
I stumbled on your site while trying to come up with a good email template for transactional emails via Mandrill.
I haven't tried it, but to me this is a service I would be ready to pay for or I would be willing to switch to mailup (assuming your REST API is up to the level of Mandrill :-)
really good job, keep it up
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Thanks for the kind words.
Yes, the BEE editor is part of MailUp. Currently MailUp still uses v1 of the editor. Version 2 - the one you see on https://beefree.io and that is now available also as a plugin - just came out of beta, and will be included in MailUp 8.9, which ships at the end of this month.
So, there are different ways for you to use the BEE editor:
(a) On https://beefree.io. Right now you can create an email and download the HTML. Soon (about a month) you will be able to also save the messages and do some other things with the Pro version of the service (BEE Pro). See: https://support.beefree.io/hc/en-us/articles/360004494992-BEE-Pro
(b) By embedding BEE Plugin into your own application. See: https://support.beefree.io/hc/en-us/categories/360000501931-BEE-Plugin
(c) By using MailUp. You can sign up for a free trial to check it out. See: http://lp.mailup.com/en/free-trial/
- templating is certainly something that I'd like to see...
- possibility to add images directly from my domain so that when the email template is generated it already has the right src parameters for images.
continuate cosi... :-)