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NAME Dancer::Plugin::SMS - Easy SMS sending from Dancer apps SYNOPSIS In your Dancer app: # Positional params ($to, $message) sms '+44788....', 'Hello there!'; # Or named params sms to => '+44...', text => 'Hello!'; In your Dancer `config.yml', provide the SMS::Send::* driver name, and whatever params are appropriate for that driver (see the driver documentation for details) - example configuration for using SMS::Send::AQL: plugins: SMS: driver: 'AQL' _login: 'youraqlusername' _password: 'youraqlpassword' _sender: '+4478....' DESCRIPTION Provides a quick and easy way to send SMS messages using SMS::Send drivers (of which there are many, so chances are the service you want to use is already supported; if not, they're easy to write, and if you want to change providers later, you can simply update a few lines in your config file, and you're done. Keywords sms Send an SMS message. You can pass the destination and message as positional params: sms $to, $message; Or, you can use named params: sms to => $to, text => $message; The latter form may be clearer, and would allow any additional driver-specific parameters to be passed too, but the former is terser. The choice is yours. sms_driver Returns the SMS::Send driver object, in case you need to do things with it directly. AUTHOR David Precious, `<davidp at preshweb.co.uk>' BUGS Please report any bugs or feature requests, preferably on GitHub, or on rt.cpan.org: http://github.com/bigpresh/Dancer-Plugin-SMS/issues http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Dancer-Plugin-SMS FEEDBACK / SUPPORT The author can usually be found on `#dancer' on `irc.perl.org' - see http://www.perldancer.org/irc for web IRC. LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT Copyright 2011 David Precious. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License. See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information. SEE ALSO Dancer SMS::Send http://www.aql.com/