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A simple API to send SMS messages. It is modeled after the django email api.

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django-sendsms

A simple api to send SMS messages with django. The api is structured the same way as djangos own email api.

Installation

pip install django-sendsms

Configure the SENDSMS_BACKEND (defaults to 'sendsms.backends.console.SmsBackend'):

SENDSMS_BACKEND = 'myapp.mysmsbackend.SmsBackend'

Basic usage

Sending SMSs is like sending emails:

from sendsms import api
api.send_sms(body='I can haz txt', from_phone='+41791111111', to=['+41791234567'])

you can also make instances of SmsMessage:

from sendsms.message import SmsMessage
message = SmsMessage(body='lolcats make me hungry', from_phone='+41791111111', to=['+41791234567'])
message.send()

Custom backends

Creating custom SmsBackend s:

from sendsms.backends.base import BaseSmsBackend
from some.sms.delivery.api

class AwesomeSmsBackend(BaseSmsBackend):
    def send_messages(self, messages):
        for message in messages:
            for to in message.to:
                try:
                    some.sms.delivery.api.send(
                        message=message.body,
                        from_phone=message.from_phone,
                        to_phone=to,
                        flashing=message.flash
                    )
                except:
                    if not self.fail_silently:
                        raise

Then all you need to do is reference your backend in the SENDSMS_BACKEND setting.

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