A little monkey love for our API users. Very soon (this weekend if not sooner), under your MailChimp –> Account settings, you’ll be getting a new screen:
It’ll allow you programmers to troubleshoot your API implementations, find out if you’re hitting our limits, and let you see overall usage by day. There’s even a handy graph to indicate any usage spikes.
Don’t know what an API is? It stands for "application programming interface. "It’s a way for programmers to link other applications (blogs, CRMs, CMS, eCommerce, etc) with MailChimp. You do your thing, and let MailChimp handle email delivery, tracking, and list management. Powerful stuff.
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- API Wrappers in Ruby, Python, .Net, PHP, Coldfusion and LOLcode (yes, LOLcode)
- Blog Plugins for WordPress, MovableType, TypePad, and more
- Drupal and Joomla plugins for MailChimp