fazland/skebby-rest-client

Unofficial Skebby Rest Client

0.2.0 2019-06-06 15:14 UTC

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Fazland's Skebby Rest Client is an unofficial PHP Rest Client for the italian SMS GatewayProvider Skebby.

Requirements

  • php >= 7.0
  • php curl extension
  • symfony/options-resolver >= 2.7
  • giggsey/libphonenumber-for-php >= 7.0

Installation

The suggested installation method is via composer:

$ composer require fazland/skebby-rest-client

Using Skebby Rest Client

It's really simple. First of all, configuration!

Configuration

The mandatory configuration parameters are:

  • username
  • password
  • sender
  • method

Just create a Client object passing to the constructor the parameters as an array:

$this->skebbyRestClient = new Client([
    'username' => 'your_username',
    'password' => 'your_password',
    'sender' => '+393333333333',
    'method' => SendMethods::CLASSIC,
    'encoding_scheme' => EncodingSchemas::NORMAL,  // Optional
    'charset' => Charsets::UTF8,                   // Optional
    'endpoint_uri' => 'https://gateway.skebby.it/api/send/smseasy/advanced/rest.php' // (default)
]);

You can also set default values for delivery_start and validity_period, thus they can be overridden by the Sms object

Creating SMS:

To create an SMS just follow the example:

Sms::create()
    ->setRecipients([
        '+393473322444',
        '+393910000000'
    ])
    ->setRecipientVariables('+393473322444', [
        'name' => 'Mario',
        'quest' => 'Go and rescue Peach, Bowser kidnapped her!'
    ])
    ->setRecipientVariables('+393910000000', [
        'name' => 'Luigi',
        'quest' => 'Help Mario, Bowser is really bad!!'
    ])
    ->setText('Hey ${name}! ${quest}')
;

Send SMS!

Just use the Client::send(Sms $sms) method to send sms!

$client->send($sms);

Note:

A single client will send SMS through the method you specified in configuration. If you want to send it through another method, just create a new client.

Test

Run

$ vendor/bin/phpunit

Contributing

Contributions are welcome. Feel free to open a PR or file an issue here on GitHub!

License

Skebby Rest Client is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details