v2.0.0March 21, 2018
v2.0.0-canary.1March 21, 2018
v1.4.2August 01, 2020
⚡️ Minor update from v1.4.0. The dist was rebuilt and version updated in package.json.
🚀 Inky v1.4.0 is the first release in over 4 years! This merges in a bunch of changes from over the years and updates the underlying libs.
🐛 Bug Fixes
- 🍱 🐛 Remove data-parsed attributes from html output
- 🍱 🐛 Fix gap issue in Outlook 2016
- 🏁 🐛 Fix spacer component on Outlook and Windows Mail clients
- ⚡️ 🐛 Updated libraries and dependencies
🔋 Featured Enhancements
- 🍱 🚀 Support for
- 🍱 🚀 Support for button attributes
- 🍱 🚀 Support for table attributes
📚 Thanks to the amazing people who contributed code or documentation to the 1.4.0 release. Foundation for Emails wouldn't happen without you!
🚀 A huge release, from new implementations, features, and bug fixes. This is a changelog for Inky based on the Foundation for Emails 2.2 release. Check out the entire Foundation for Emails 2.2 release.
- Buttons can now have target attributes - #42
- You can now vertically align content in columns and Source order - HTML attributes can now be passed to row’s and columns - #45
- Spacer height can now be controlled by media query in HTML - #36 Thanks to @ethanmay
- ➕ Added data-attribute no-expander to to disable the .expander - #29
- 🛠 Menu items can now have target attributes - #54 fixes #465
<raw>Inky tag to ignore parsing handlebars and other things that should not be changed - #28
🐛 Bug fixes
- Prevents character encoding in many places - #37
- ➕ Adds default spacer size if none is specified - c17a914
👀 If you're into seeing all the commits, you'll find them here: email@example.com...v1.3.6
- Ethan May - @ethanmay
- Sankalp Agrawal - @iamsankalp
- Brandon Barringer - @brandonbarringer
- Clement Paris - @ClementParis016
- Rafi Benkual - @rafibomb
- Kevin Ball - @kball
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🚀 This release adds the
<spacer>components and some key bug fixes.
v1.3.4March 25, 2016
v1.3.3March 25, 2016
v1.3.2March 22, 2016