tarfin-labs/netgsm

netgsm channel for laravel

4.3.0 2022-05-10 06:49 UTC

README

Laravel Config Logo

Latest Version on Packagist GitHub Workflow Status Quality Score Total Downloads

Introduction

With this package, you can send easily Netgsm notifications with Laravel ^8.0. This package also provides some simple reporting.

This package requires PHP 7.3 or higher and Laravel 8.0 or higher.
For older versions of Laravel, please use version ^2.0.0 of this package!

Contents

Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require tarfin-labs/netgsm

Next, you should publish the Laravel config migration file using the vendor:publish Artisan command.

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="TarfinLabs\Netgsm\NetgsmServiceProvider"

Setting up the Netgsm service

Add your Netgsm User Code, Default header (name or number of sender), and secret (password) to your .env:

// .env
...
NETGSM_USER_CODE=
NETGSM_SECRET=
NETGSM_LANGUAGE=
NETGSM_HEADER=
NETGSM_BRANDCODE=
],
...

NETGSM_USER_CODE and NETGSM_SECRET is authentication information of netgsm. NETGSM_HEADER is default header (name or number of sender) of sms messages.

Usage

Service Methods

 Netgsm::sendSms(AbstractSmsMessage $message):string $JobId

Sends an SMS message to the phone number on the message object passed as a parameter. If the message is sent successfully, a job id returned from the netgsm API service is returned.

Netgsm::getReports(AbstractNetgsmReport $report): ?Collection

Returns a collection based on the report object passed as a parameter.

Sms Sending with Using Notification Channel

In order to let your Notification know which phone number you are sending to, add the routeNotificationForNetgsm method to your Notifiable model e.g your User Model

public function routeNotificationForNetgsm()
{
    /*
       where `phone` is a field in your users table, 
       phone number format can be either `5051234567` or `5051234567, 5441234568`.
    */
    return $this->phone;
}

You can use the channel in your via() method inside the notification:

use TarfinLabs\Netgsm\NetGsmChannel;
use TarfinLabs\Netgsm\NetGsmSmsMessage;
use Illuminate\Notifications\Notification;

class NewUserRegistered extends Notification
{
    public function via($notifiable)
    {
        return [NetGsmChannel::class];
    }

    public function toNetgsm($notifiable)
    {
        return (new NetGsmSmsMessage("Hello! Welcome to the club {$notifiable->name}!"));
    }
}

You can add recipients (string or array)

return (new NetGsmSmsMessage("Your {$notifiable->service} was ordered!"))->setRecipients($recipients);

You can also set the sending date range of the message. (It does not work on OTP messages.)

$startDate = Carbon::now()->addDay(10)->setTime(0, 0, 0);
$endDate = Carbon::now()->addDay(11)->setTime(0, 0, 0);

return (new NetGsmSmsMessage("Great note from the future!"))
->setStartDate($startDate)
->setEndDate($endDate)

You can set authorized data parameter (It does not work on OTP messages.)

If this parameter passes as true, only SMS will be sent to phone numbers that have data permission.

return (new NetGsmSmsMessage("Your {$notifiable->service} was ordered!"))->setAuthorizedData(true);

Additionally, you can change the header.

return (new NetGsmSmsMessage("Your {$notifiable->service} was ordered!"))->setHeader("COMPANY");

You can use NetGsmOtpMessage instead of NetGsmSmsMessage to send an OTP message.

return (new NetGsmOtpMessage("Your {$notifiable->service} OTP Token Is : {$notifiable->otp_token}"));

For more information on sending OTP messages Netgsm OTP SMS Documentation

Sms Sending with Using Netgsm Facade

You can also send SMS or OTP messages using Netgsm Facade directly:

$message = new NetgsmSmsMessage("Your {$notifiable->service} was ordered!");
->setHeader("COMPANY")
->setRecipients(['5051234567','5441234568']);

Netgsm::sendSms($message);

Reporting

You can get SMS reports by date range or netgsm bulk id.

To receive a report, a report object must be created.

$report = new NetgsmSmsReport();
Available Report Interfaces:
Object Parameters
Method Description Type Required NetgsmSmsReport Support NetgsmSmsDetailReport Support
setStartDate() Start Date Carbon No Yes Yes
setEndDate() End Date Carbon No Yes Yes
setBulkId() Netgsm Job Id Integer No Yes Yes
setStatus() Message Status Integer No Yes No
setPhone() Phone Number String[] No Yes Yes
setHeader() Header String No Yes Yes
setVersion() API Version Integer No Yes Yes
Sample Usage

You can get the SMS report to passing the report object to the Netgsm::getReports method. If successful, SMS report results will be returned as a collection.

// Start and end dates
$startDate = Carbon::now()->subDay()->setTime(0, 0, 0);
$endDate = Carbon::now()->setTime(0, 0, 0);

$report = new NetgsmSmsReport();
$report->setStartDate($startDate)
    ->setEndDate($endDate);

$reports = Netgsm::getReports($report);
Netgsm::getReports($report);

Fields in the report result may differ depending on the specified report type and the report version parameter sent.

Report Results

Field Version NetgsmSmsReport Support NetgsmSmsDetailReport Support
jobId All Yes Yes
message 1 No Yes
phone All Yes No
status All Yes Yes
operatorCode 2 Yes No
length 2 Yes No
startDate 2 Yes No
startTime 2 Yes No
endDate All No Yes
errorCode 2 Yes No
header All No Yes
total All No Yes

Account Balance

With this service, you can inquire the remaining balance of your netgsm account and the credit balances of your packages.

Remaining Balance

Returns the remaining money balance on netgsm account. (TL)

Usage:

Netgsm::getCredit();

Output:

2,7

Remaining Package Credits

Returns the credit balances of the packages defined in the relevant netgsm account.

Usage:

Netgsm::getAvailablePackages();

Output:

class Illuminate\Support\Collection#105 (1) {
  protected $items =>
  array(3) {
    [0] =>
    array(3) {
      'amount' =>
      int(1000)
      'amountType' =>
      string(14) "Adet Flash Sms"
      'packageType' =>
      string(0) ""
    }
    [1] =>
    array(3) {
      'amount' =>
      int(953)
      'amountType' =>
      string(12) "Adet OTP Sms"
      'packageType' =>
      string(0) ""
    }
    [2] =>
    array(3) {
      'amount' =>
      int(643)
      'amountType' =>
      string(4) "Adet"
      'packageType' =>
      string(3) "SMS"
    }
  }
}

IYS Integration

With these services you can add and search any address to IYS.

Add Address

This service is used to add a phone number or email address to IYS using NetGsm IYS service.

Object Parameters
Method Description Type Required
setRefId() Reference id to query your request String No
setType() Communication type String Yes
setSource() Source of permission String Yes
setRecipient() phone number or email address String Yes
setStatus() Permission status String Yes
setConsentDate() Permission date Datetime (YYYY-MM-DD H:i:s) Yes
setRecipientType() Recipient type String Yes
setRetailerCode() Retailer code Integer No
setRetailerAccess() Retailer access Integer No
Usage
$address = new \TarfinLabs\Netgsm\Iys\Requests\Add();
$address->setRefId(999999)
        ->setType('MESAJ')
        ->setSource('HS_WEB')
        ->setRecipient('+905XXXXXXXXX')
        ->setStatus('ONAY')
        ->setConsentDate(now()->toDateTimeString())
        ->setRecipientType('TACIR');

\TarfinLabs\Netgsm\Netgsm::iys()->addAddress($address)->send();
Response Parameters
{
    "code": "0",
    "error": "false",
    "uid": "73113cb9-dff0-415b-9491-xxxxxxxxxx"
}

Bulk Insert

$address = new \TarfinLabs\Netgsm\Iys\Requests\Add();
$address->setRefId(999999)
        ->setSource('HS_WEB')
        ->setRecipient('+905XXXXXXXXX')
        ->setStatus('ONAY')
        ->setConsentDate(now()->toDateTimeString())
        ->setRecipientType('TACIR');

$iys = \TarfinLabs\Netgsm\Netgsm::iys();
$iys->addAddress($address->setType('MESAJ'));
$iys->addAddress($address->setType('ARAMA'));
$iys->send();

Response Paramaters for Bulk Insert

{
    "code": "0",
    "error": "false",
    "uid": "16116f5e-ae2a-4745-927a-xxxxxxxxxxx",
    "erroritem": {
        "1": {
            "recipient": "Telefon numarası 13 karakter ve numerik olmalıdır.+9xxxx"
        }
    }
}

Search Address

This service is used to search a phone number or email address on IYS using NetGsm IYS service.

Object Parameters
Method Description Type Required
setType() Communication type String Yes (if refId is set to null)
setRecipient() phone number or email address String Yes (if refId is set to null)
setRecipientType() Recipient type String Yes (if refId is set to null)
setRefId() Reference id to query your request String No
Usage
$address = new \TarfinLabs\Netgsm\Iys\Requests\Search();
$address->setType('MESAJ')
        ->setRecipient('+905XXXXXXXXX')
        ->setRecipientType('TACIR')
        ->setRefId(999999);

\TarfinLabs\Netgsm\Netgsm::iys()->searchAddress($address)->send();
Response Parameters
  • Response with a matched address.
{
    "code": "0",
    "error": "false",
    "query": {
        "consentDate": "2020-11-06 11:22:34",
        "source": "HS_FIZIKSEL_ORTAM",
        "recipient": "+905XXXXXXXXX",
        "recipientType": "BIREYSEL",
        "type": "MESAJ",
        "status": "ONAY",
        "creationDate": "2020-11-06 11:23:49",
        "retailerAccessCount": 0
        // "querystatus": null
    }
}
  • Response without any matched address
{
    "code": "50",
    "error": "Kayıt bulunamadi."
}

Testing

composer test

Changelog

Please see CHANGELOG for more information about what has changed recently.

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.

Please make sure to update the tests as appropriate.

Security

If you discover any security-related issues, please email development@tarfin.com instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

Laravel Netgsm is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.