5 Posts tagged: Engineering

Using Segment with Courier: A No Code Sweet Spot

Posted by Danny Douglass on September 8th, 2020

A few weeks ago, we recorded a Courier Live on using Segment to send notifications with Courier. We thought we'd dive a little deeper since there was a lot of interest.

Standardizing Message Status Across SendGrid, Twilio, Slack, Firebase, and More

Posted by Tony Nguyen on September 17th, 2020

I wanted to share how statuses work today in Courier and some of the things we thought through while building a single source of truth across integration providers. I’ll also explain how we provide open tracking for emails and click-through tracking across all channels.

9 Ways Product Management Expectations Differ from Reality

Posted by Yehong Zhu on September 1st, 2020

As a former product manager, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed out of college, I remember clearly coming into the role with a set of rosy expectations that did not align at all with reality. I want to share my experience of what product was like for me, and a smattering of the various ironies that I experienced on the job.

How to Use The Shadow Dom To Isolate Styles on a DOM That Isnt Yours

Posted by Riley Napier on August 18th, 2020

Shadow DOM is an API for DOM encapsulation. It's perfect for when you need to embed a widget in a DOM you don't have access to.

Why Event Driven Architecture Works for Courier

Posted by Tony Nguyen on August 11th, 2020

Event-Driven Architecture: how it works, why we use it at Courier, and what our experience has been like so far.

Tagged: Engineering