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Module Version: 0.006_03   Source   Latest Release: WWW-Mailchimp-0.009_01

NAME ^

WWW::Mailchimp - Perl wrapper around the Mailchimp v1.3 API

SYNOPSIS ^

  use strict;
  use WWW::Mailchimp

  my $mailchimp = WWW::Mailchimp->new(apikey => $apikey);
  # defaults ( datacenter => 'us1', timeout => 5, output_format => 'json', api_version => 1.3 )

  my $campaigns = $mailchimp->campaigns;
  my $lists = $mailchimp->lists;
  my $subscribers = $mailchimp->listMembers( $lists->{data}->[0]->{id} );
  my $ok = $mailchimp->listSubscribe( id => $lists->{data}->[0]->{id},
                                      email_address => 'foo@bar.com',
                                      update_existing => 1,
                                      merge_vars => [ FNAME => 'foo',
                                                      LNAME => 'bar' ] );

DESCRIPTION ^

WWW::Mailchimp is a simple Perl wrapper around the Mailchimp API v1.3.

It is as simple as creating a new WWW::Mailchimp object and calling ->method Each key/value pair becomes part of a query string, for example:

  $mailchimp->listSubscribe( id => 1, email_address => 'foo@bar.com' );

results in the query string

  ?method=listSubscribe&id=1&email_address=foo@bar.com
  # apikey, output, etc are tacked on by default. This is also uri_escaped

BUGS ^

Currently, this module is hardcoded to JSON::from_json the result of the LWP request. This should be changed to be dependent on the output_format. Patches welcome.

I am also rather sure handling of merge_vars can be done better. If it isn't working properly, you can always use a key of 'merge_vars[FNAME]', for example.

SEE ALSO ^

Mail::Chimp::API - Perl wrapper around the Mailchimp v1.2 API using XMLRPC

AUTHOR ^

Justin Hunter <justin.d.hunter@gmail.com>

Fayland Lam

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Justin Hunter

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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