Archives for April 2013

Constant Contact API Webinar and Live Q&A Session

As many of you know, we just released an extensive update to the Constant Contact API and developer portal. Join us to learn what’s new and how our app partner program can help you reach success with your integration. David Berard, product manager, API, and Kevin O’Brien, senior director, app partner program, will share the highlights […]

The Next Generation of Small Business Software Developers Won’t Need a Sales Team

The following is a guest post from Alan Wells, co-founder and product designer at Glyder, a 500 Startups-backed company that gives small businesses the content and metrics they need to be effective online marketers. He’s been designing mobile and social software since 2007, including roles at Affinity Labs (acquired by, Zynga, and a design […]

Using Client Technologies on the Server

Whether a type of technology belongs on the front end or the back end is generally considered to be a clear choice: e.g., HTML on the client, SQL on the server; CSS on the front end, C++ on the back. In contrast to some of these patterns, however, we’ve been finding some useful applications of […]

iCapture Talks about Integrating with Constant Contact

In this brief video, Brady Roberts, President of iCapture, introduces his company and shares his thoughts about integrating the iCapture app for iPad with Constant Contact. Check it out. Join the conversation by sharing your thoughts, questions, or comments here on the blog and by following us on Twitter @CTCT_API.

Predictability in an Agile World

As agile methodologies have grown and evolved, one common challenge encountered is how to give the proper visibility and establish a degree of confidence regarding predictability.  There are many schools of thought tailored to different agile methods, but one observation I have made is most organizations adopt a flavor or mashup of a methodology.  A […]

Announcing the New Constant Contact V2 API, Developer Portal, and Developer Acceleration Tools

Over the past year, we’ve mentioned a few times that we are working on a new version of our API.  It’s been quite a journey since we launched our original public REST API in 2008.  Since then, expectations have changed, technologies have advanced, and our developer community has been vocal about what they want.  They’ve […]