MailChimp plugin for Sylius.
At BitBag we do believe in open source. However, we are able to do it just because of our awesome clients, who are kind enough to share some parts of our work with the community. Therefore, if you feel like there is a possibility for us working together, feel free to reach us out. You will find out more about our professional services, technologies and contact details at https://bitbag.io/.
This plugin allows you to integrate MailChimp newsletter sign-in process with Sylius platform through customer registration, account updates or footer/modal join newsletter form.
This open-source plugin was developed to help the Sylius community. If you have any additional questions, would like help with installing or configuring the plugin or need any assistance with your Sylius project - let us know!
BitBag is an agency that provides high-quality eCommerce and Digital Experience software. Our main area of expertise includes eCommerce consulting and development for B2C, B2B, and Multi-vendor Marketplaces. The scope of our services related to Sylius includes:
- Consulting in the field of strategy development
- Personalized headless software development
- System maintenance and long-term support
- Plugin development
- Data migration
Some numbers regarding Sylius:
- 20+ experts including consultants, UI/UX designers, Sylius trained front-end and back-end developers,
- 100+ projects delivered on top of Sylius,
- Clients from 20+ countries
- 3+ years in the Sylius ecosystem.
For online communication, we invite you to chat with us & other users on Sylius Slack.
We created a demo app with some useful use-cases of the plugin! Visit demo.bitbag.shop to take a look at it.
The admin can be accessed under demo.bitbag.shop/admin link and
sylius: sylius credentials.
We also recorded a webinar which presents most of the plugin features, including how they have been implemented and specific use-cases.
If you need an overview of this plugin, schedule a consultation with our expert.
This plugin's source code is completely free and released under the terms of the MIT license.