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Developer Guide

Tutorials

Nylas tutorials enable you to integrate email, calendar, and contacts into your app in 15 minutes.

The Nylas Communications Platform makes it easy to integrate email, calendar, and contacts from all major providers including Gmail, Outlook, Exchange, Office 365, and more. These tutorials will guide you through the process of integrating the most important features of the Nylas Email, Calendar, and Contacts APIs.

The guides are subdivided according to language.

Python

Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world due to its extensive collection of libraries, easy to understand syntax, and practical abstraction capabilities. We love Python so much that we’ve used it to build the Nylas Communications Platform, which enables developers to quickly integrate email, calendar, and contacts from all major providers into their app.

If you would prefer to skip the explanations and see examples of everything the Nylas Python SDK can do, take a look at the Python SDK quickstart guide.

Email

Calendar

Contacts

Node.js

Node.js has grown to be the most popular framework in the world, primarily due to it’s efficiency for data-intensive real-time applications and the ability to use JavaScript across the entire web stack. These tutorials will teach you how to use the Nylas Node SDK to integrate email, calendar, and contacts from all major providers into your app.

If you would prefer to skip the explanations and see examples of everything the Nylas Node SDK can do, take a look at the Node SDK quickstart guide.

Email

Calendar

Contacts

Tutorials


Nylas tutorials enable you to integrate email, calendar, and contacts into your app in 15 minutes.

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