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Laravel package for SMS mailing service SemySMS

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Package that integrates SemySMS API into your Laravel 5 app.

Installation:

composer require allanvb/laravel-semysms

Laravel 5.5+

If you're using Laravel 5.5 or above, the package will automatically register provider and facade.

Laravel 5.4 and below

Add Allanvb\LaravelSemysms\SemySmsServiceProvider to the providers array in your config/app.php:

'providers' => [
    // Other service providers...

    Allanvb\LaravelSemysms\SemySmsServiceProvider::class,
],

Add an alias in your config/app.php:

'aliases' => [
    ...
    'SemySMS' => Allanvb\LaravelSemysms\Facades\SemySMS::class,
],

Or you can use the facade class when needed:

use Allanvb\Semysms\Facades\SemySMS;

Overview

Look at one of the following topics to learn more about SemySMS package.

Configuration

You can use php artisan vendor:publish to copy the configuration file to your app's config directory:

$ php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Allanvb\LaravelSemysms\SemySmsServiceProvider" --tag="config"

Then update config/semy-sms.php with your credentials. Also you can update your .env file with the following:

SEMYSMS_TOKEN=your_access_token
SEMYSMS_DEVICE_ID=default_device_id

All methods uses Validator to validate passed data.

By default, methods will try to use for all requests the device you specified in your SEMYSMS_DEVICE_ID variable.

Usage:

To use the SemySMS Library you can access the facade, or request the instance from the service container:

SemySMS::sendOne([
    'to' => '+1234567890',
    'text' => 'My first message.'
]);

Or

app('semy-sms')->sendOne([
    'to' => '+1234567890',
    'text' => 'My first message.'
]);
  • All numbers must have international format.

All methods and events will return a Collection, so you can use all available methods to manipulate response. For example: SemySMS::getInbox()->sortByDesc('date');

Examples

Sending simple message

SemySMS::sendOne([
    'to' => '+1234567890',
    'text' => 'Test message'
]);

Available parameters:

  • to - (string) Phone number in international format (required).
  • text - (string) SMS Text, max 255 symbols (required).
  • device_id - (string) Device ID or active.

device_id parameter can also take the active value which means that the service will distribute new SMS between all your active devices.

Sending multiple messages

SemySMS::sendMultiple([
    'to' => ['+1234567890','+1567890234','+1902345678'],
    'text' => 'Test message'
]);

Available parameters:

  • to - (array) List of phones in international format (required).
  • text - (string) SMS Text, max 255 symbols (required).

In case you want to have more control on sending multiple messages you can use chaining methods.

$messages = SemySMS::multiple();

$messages->addRecipient([
    'to' => '+1234567890',
    'text' => 'Test message',
]);

$messages->addRecipient([
    'to' => '+1567890234',
    'text' => 'Test message 2',
]);

$messages->send();

Available parameters:

  • to - (string) Phone number in international format (required).
  • text - (string) SMS Text, max 255 symbols (required).
  • device_id - (int) Device ID.
  • my_id - (string) SMS code from your accounting system

Sending USSD requests

  • This feature works only on Android 8.0+
SemySMS::ussd([
    'to' => '*123#'
]);

You can use 'device_id' parameter to perform USSD request from specific device.

List of outgoing SMS

SemySMS::getOutbox();

Optional, you can specify a interval of time you want to get by using Interval helper like this.

SemySMS::getOutbox([
    'interval' => Interval::days(3)
]);

List of incoming SMS

SemySMS::getInbox();

Delete outgoing SMS

SemySMS::deleteOutbox();

Delete incoming SMS

SemySMS::deleteInbox();

deleteOutbox() and deleteInbox() methods will return deleted messages.

Optional, you can use filter for getOutbox(), getInbox(), deleteOutbox() and deleteInbox() methods.

Available parameters:

  • interval - (Interval) Interval of time.
  • device_id - (int) Device ID.
  • start_id - (int) Start ID of list filter.
  • end_id - (int) End ID of list filter.
  • list_id - (array) List of SMS codes.
  • phone - (string) Phone number.

List of devices

SemySMS::getDevices();

By default this method will return list of all devices connected to account.

Available parameters:

  • status - (string) active|archived.
  • list_id - (array) List of devices.

Cancel sending SMS

SemySMS::cancelSMS();

This method will cancel all SMS which was not sent to your default device.

You can request canceling of all SMS for specific device by passing device_id, or specific message by passing sms_id to array.

Events

The package have events built in. There are three events available for you to listen for.

Event Fired Parameter
semy-sms.sent When message sent. 'To' and 'text' parameters of SMS that was sent.
semy-sms.sent-multiple When multiple message sent. List of phones, devices and message that was sent.
semy-sms.received When new message income. DeviceID, Sender and Text of income message.
semy-sms.ussd-response When ussd response income. DeviceID, Sender and Text of income message.

Exceptions

The package can throw the following exceptions:

Exception Reason
RequestException When HTTP response will be different than 200.
SmsNotSentException When something went wrong with the request to SemySMS servers.
InvalidIntervalException When you pass invalid Interval

Extra

Receiving message from devices

If you want to get incoming messages from your devices, you can use

https://yourdomain.com/semy-sms/receive route in your SemySMS control panel.

To get this route working you need make some actions:

  • Change catch_incoming to true in your config file.
  • Add semy-sms/receive route to your $except variable in VerifyCsrfToken middleware.

After that, you will be able to listen for semy-sms.received Event.

If you performed an ussd request, you can listen for semy-sms.ussd-response Event to process USSD response.

In case that you get USSD response as SMS, you can add sender name to ussd_senders in your config file.

You can get more information about Events in Laravel official documentation

Intervals

Interval class offers the following methods: hours(), days(), weeks(), months() and years().

If you want to have more control on Interval you can pass a startDate and an endDate to the object.

$startDate = Carbon::yesterday()->subDays(1);
$endDate = Carbon::yesterday();

Interval::create($startDate, $endDate);

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.

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