Symfony MainSMSBundle

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dev-master 2014-02-08 11:54 UTC

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This version of the bundle requires Symfony 2.1+ and Doctrine ORM 2.2+


Installation is a quick 3 step process:

  1. Download KarserMainSMSBundle using composer
  2. Enable the Bundle
  3. Configure the KarserMainSMSBundle

Step 1: Download KarserMainSMSBundle using composer

Add KarserMainSMSBundle in your composer.json:

    "require": {
        "karser/mainsms-bundle": "dev-master"

Now tell composer to download the bundle by running the command:

$ php ./composer.phar update

Composer will install the bundle to your project's vendor/karser directory.

Step 2: Enable the bundle

Enable the bundle in the kernel:

// app/AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new Karser\MainSMSBundle\KarserMainSMSBundle(),

Step 3: Configure the KarserMainSMSBundle

Add the following configuration to your config.yml file according to which type of datastore you are using.

# app/config/config.yml
    project: "%main_sms_project%"
    key: "%main_sms_key%"
    use_ssl: "%main_sms_use_ssl%"
    test_mode: "%main_sms_test_mode%"
# app/config/parameters.yml
    main_sms_project:   ~ # project name
    main_sms_key:       ~ # sms key
    main_sms_use_ssl:   ~ # true or false
    main_sms_test_mode: ~ # true or false

If you going to store messages in the database, don't forget to update your schema:

app/console doctrine:schema:update

Usage Steps

Basic usage

You can send message directly:

$MainSMSModel = $this->get('karser.main_sms.model');
//or use getter trait
use \Karser\MainSMSBundle\Model\Getter;
$MainSMSModel = $this->getMainSmsModel($this->container);
//send message
$MainSMSModel->messageSend($number, $message, $sender);

You can check the balance by cli command:

$ app/console mainsms:balance
> Balance is 6.45

Schedule the message

Ensure that doctrine automapping is enabled:

        auto_mapping: true

It maps the message to SMSTask entity and stores to the database.

$MainSMSManager = $this->get('karser.main_sms.manager');
//or use getter trait
use \Karser\MainSMSBundle\Manager\Getter;
$MainSMSManager = $this->getMainSmsManager($this->container);
//schedule message
$MainSMSManager->schedule($number, $message, $sender);

You can send it later by cli command:

$ app/console mainsms:send
> Balance is 6.45
> Messages to send 1