DnD Email Template Editor, you can integrate into your SaaS Startup.

There are a bunch of email builders over the internet; some are free, some of them are unsupported already, but there are others like this one, which is still supported and keeps having updates and bug fixes over the years.

Today I want to show you how easy it's to have an email template builder within your SaaS Startup/Company. Nowadays, you do not have to spend time on creating such builders, pick a ready solution.

The Angular Email Template Builder is one of the most advanced builders over the internet, even though it is not so promoted and accessible. It is built in Angular, uses Material Design and MJML (The responsive email Framework). That said, you can utilize it just if your project is an Angular project, even though I reckon it will be possible to use it on non-Angular projects just as great, thanks to Angular Elements.

The Email Template Editor

I have to mention that it's split into two parts, the builder itself installed into the project and the MJML generator, which is either connected by you on your own VPS server or (by default) use default AWS servers! All default servers maintained by AWS - require a Free or Paid API Key. It depends on your business requirements.

Email Builder to Template Generator Cycle
Email Builder to Template Generator Cycle

The cool stuff about it is that you can use/test it absolutely for free without writing emails or contacting someone, installing it from NPM, following the installation instructions, and being ready to go!

No banners or other ads included! Awesome! Moreover, on installing, you get a Free API Key, so you don't need to do anything to get one.


Besides on Neat and Intuitive Design, you get a bunch of features, like:

  • Fully responsive email templates, even for Outlook.
  • Drag and Drop Blocks.
  • Many options for each Block.
  • Support for Google Fonts.
  • Support for custom placeholders.
  • Support for uploading images.
  • Prevent the reload of the page without saving.
  • Support for LTR and RTL.
  • Support for Custom Templates and Modules/Widgets.
  • and many others like Custom Columns Width:
Custom Columns Width
Custom Columns Width

Among them, there are some features currently being in development:

  • History Strategy, Undo, and Redo.
  • Import and Convert MJML Templates.
  • Finish Intl Support.
  • Add Predefined Templates.


It is your decision to use it or not, but I reckon you should at least give it a try and see how it fits your SaaS Startup/Company.

It would be great to see your opinion!