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ZURB Foundation for Emails with Inky markup integration into Nette framework.

1.0.0 2017-09-29 11:57 UTC

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ZURB Foundation for Emails integration into Nette framework consisting of a mail factory to create email messages with nette/latte templates using Inky markup and an optional simple mail service to send the messages.

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  • PHP 7.0+
  • Nette 2.4+


composer require vitrozsival/nette-foundation-emails


Register mailFactory extension in your config:

	mailFactory: NetteFoundationEmails\DI\MailFactoryExtension

Then you can configure the extension with following parameters:

	email: '' # default email to be set for messages as 'sent from'
	name: 'Your Name' # default name to be set for messages as 'sent from'
	cssFilename: 'emails.css' # default stylesheet filename located in resources directory
	resourcesDir: ./resources # default resources directory path (stylesheets, images, etc.)
	templatesDir: ./templates # default message templates directory path


The MailFactory has only one method called create to be used with your email messages. It accepts two arguments:


  • an absolute path to your own message template
  • or a path relative to the configured templates directory path (if using a relative path, you can omit .latte extension as it will be added if needed)
  • if no template is found, the method throws MailFactoryException

cssFile (optional)

  • an absolute path to your own build of Foundation for Emails stylesheet
  • or a path relative to the configured resources directory path
  • if none provided, the factory will look for the configured cssFilename inside the configured resourcesDir
  • if no stylesheet is found at all, default resources/foundation-emails.min.css will be used

The mail factory will use any valid Nette ITranslator from your DI container to translate your messages.

Mail service

You can also use the simple MailService that ships with this package to send messages created with the MailFactory. The service gets registered with the MailFactoryExtension therefor it is present in your DI container.

The service has three methods - to createMessage through the MailFactory (this method accepts same arguments as create method of MailFactory and only returns the resulting message), to create a link to your website using Nette LinkGenerator and to send the created Message. The sendMessage method throws MailServiceException if the message could not be sent through Nette IMailer.

Anyway, feel free to implement the MailFactory into your own mail service as you need.


MIT License