Category Archives: Developer

A security review of phpList REST API

APIs are essential for building applications that are open and can integrate with other applications and services, yet with the openness of APIs comes a challenge: APIs can create additional security risks, as they increase the number of ways in which malicious actors could get into applications. Therefore, when developing APIs, careful design and security… [+]

Learning advanced PHP with phpList and Treehouse

This post by Xheni Myrtaj describes her experiences extending her PHP skills using online training materials from Treehouse and contributing code to phpList. Xheni is studying for a Masters Degree in Information Security and recently began an Internship with phpList. The transition from being a student to the world of real work can be quite… [+]

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New guide for use of phpList logos and trademarks

Today new advice on how to use trademarks related to phpList has been published as the Trademark Guidelines. phpList is used widely for both sending and managing email campaigns, and also providing newsletter services and software from community members to others. Because it is Open Source software both created and deployed by an international community,… [+]

phpList Hack Sprint in Albania

By Suela Palushi, event organiser and Business Informatics student in Tirana, Albania Photography by Andis Rado After a very successful translation sprint where thanks to team work our contributors got to translate phpList to Albanian (all in one night :D) this time we thought to get hands on some more technical stuff. So on 10th October… [+]

Can you test Release Candidates?

Last summer we started trialling some new ways for people to get involved in phpList development. We tested a few things, and found that the release candidate method had a great response. Our next release candidate is due very soon. You can sign up to receive it by using the subscribe form immediately below, or… [+]

Submit by mail: beta testers needed for new plugin

A new plugin, submitByMail, allows you to compose your campaigns in your email client, for example in Thunderbird or Outlook, and then submit them to phpList by email before sending. This plugin is an early beta version: it has been thoroughly debugged but has not yet been tested in the field.  As the author, I… [+]