PHP client to interact with Nexmo APIs
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PHP client to interact with Nexmo APIs

This library was developed as part of a tutorial, you can go through the tutorial starting at:

Creating a PHP Nexmo API Client using Guzzle Web Service Client – Part 1

This library now covers all RESTful outbound APIs from Nexmo, so whether you're interested in the tutorial or not you're welcome to use the library for integration with Nexmo.

Install

Installation is easy with composer. Just add "fillup/nexmo": "dev-master" to your composer.json require section and update.

Usage / Example

All classes are in the Nexmo\ namespce:

use Nexmo\Developer;
use Nexmo\Insight;
use Nexmo\Sms;
use Nexmo\Verify;
use Nexmo\Voice;

/**
 * Load config, expecting an array with:
 * api_key, api_secret, to, from, text
 */
$config = include __DIR__.'/../../config-local.php';

/**
 * Get an SMS client object
 */
$sms = new Sms($config);

/**
 * Send a message
 */
$results = $sms->send([
    'from' => $config['from'],
    'to' => $config['to'],
    'text' => $config['text'],
]);

/**
 * Dump out results
 */
print_r($results);
// Array
// (
//    [statusCode] => 200
//    [message-count] => 1
//    [messages] => Array
// (
//    [0] => Array
//    (
//        [to] => 14085559876
//                    [message-id] => 0300000071BCAA3C
//                    [status] => 0
//                    [remaining-balance] => 15.23280000
//                    [message-price] => 0.00480000
//                    [network] => US-VOIP
//                )
// 
//        )
// 
// )

All API calls require an api_key and api_secret. Best practice would be to keep this out of your code an in some sort of configuration file or environment variable that does not go into your source code. Just pass an array with keys for api_key and api_secret to the constructor of each class like in the example above.