idci/aws-ses-bundle

A bundle that embed the php library `php-aws-ses` from daniel-zaharie into Symfony 2

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Type:symfony-bundle

v1.0.0 2016-03-22 15:10 UTC

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README

This bundle simply integrate the daniel-zahariev/php-aws-ses library into Symfony. See https://github.com/daniel-zahariev/php-aws-ses.

Installation

To install this library please follow the next steps:

First add the dependency:

composer require idci/aws-ses-bundle

Enable the bundle in your application kernel:

<?php
// app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new IDCI\Bundle\AwsSesBundle\AwsSesBundle(),
    );
}

Add the configuration in the config.yml file:

aws_ses:
    access_key: %aws_ses_access_key%
    secret_key: %aws_ses_secret_key%
    region_endpoint: %aws_ses_region_endpoint%

then update your parameters.yml file :

aws_ses_access_key: ACCESS_KEY
aws_ses_secret_key: SECRET_KEY
aws_ses_region_endpoint: email.us-east-1.amazonaws.com

Now the library is installed.

Usage

This example should be enough

use SimpleEmailServiceMessage;

$mailer = $this->getContainer()->get('aws_ses');
$message = new SimpleEmailServiceMessage();
$message
    ->setFrom('no-reply@user.fr')
    ->addTo('user@gmail.com')
    ->setSubject('Hello, world!')
    ->setMessageFromString('This is the message body.')
;
print_r($mailer->sendEmail($message));

// Successful response should print something similar to:
// Array(
//     [MessageId] => 0000012dc5e4b4c0-b2c566ad-dcd0-4d23-bea5-f40da774033c-000000
//     [RequestId] => 4953a96e-29d4-11e0-8907-21df9ed6ffe3
// )

See the daniel-zahariev/php-aws-ses library for more information.