This package makes it easy to send notifications using Globe Labs SMS with Laravel 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5

0.3.0 2018-08-01 02:40 UTC

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This package makes it easy to send notifications using Globe Labs SMS with Laravel 5.3 and above.



Install this package with Composer:

composer require coreproc/laravel-notification-channel-globe-labs-sms

Register the ServiceProvider in your config/app.php (Skip this step if you are using Laravel 5.5 and above):


Setting up the Globe Labs Sms service

Start by creating a project here:!/developer/api/sms

Please note that this package does not handle the opt-in steps required for a user to subscribe to your Globe Labs SMS application.

This package assumes that you have the opt-in steps handled either via SMS or through a web form and that you already have access to the subscriber's access token.

Once you've registered and set up your app, add the short code to your configuration in config/broadcasting.php

'connections' => [
    'globe_labs_sms' => [
        'short_code' => env('GLOBE_LABS_SMS_SHORT_CODE'),


Set a routeNotificationForGlobeLabsSms() method in your model/class with the Notifiable trait. For example:

class User extends Model
    use Notifiable;

    public function routeNotificationForGlobeLabsSms()
        return [
            'access_token' => 'access-token-obtained-from-sms-opt-in-this-could-be-stored-in-your-database',
            'address' => '09171234567', // can be any format as long as it is a valid mobile number

You can now send SMS via Globe Labs by creating an GlobeLabsSmsMessage in a Notification class:

class AccountActivated extends Notification
    public function via($notifiable)
        return [GlobeLabsSmsChannel::class];

    public function toGlobeLabsSms($notifiable) 
        return GlobeLabsSmsMessage::create($notifiable)
            ->setMessage('This is a test message');

Call the SMS notification by calling the notify() method in the model/class. For example:

$user = User::find(1);

$user->notify(new AccountActivated);


If you discover any security related issues, please email instead of using the issue tracker.


Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.



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