Renee Baecker

SYNOPSIS

This module simplifies sending SMS through the Nexmo API.

    use Nexmo::SMS;

    my $nexmo = Nexmo::SMS->new(
        server   => 'http://rest.nexmo.com/sms/json',
        username => 'testuser1',
        password => 'testpasswd2',
    );
    
    my $sms = $nexmo->sms(
        text     => 'This is a test',
        from     => 'Test02',
        to       => '452312432',
    ) or die $nexmo->errstr;
    
    my $response = $sms->send || die $sms->errstr;
    
    if ( $response->is_success ) {
        print "SMS was sent...\n";
    }

METHODS

new

create a new object

    my $foo = Nexmo::SMS->new(
        server   => 'http://rest.nexmo.com/sms/json',
        username => 'testuser1',
        password => 'testpasswd2',
    );

Those parameters are optional and they are used as defaults for the message objects

sms

Create a new message object or returns undef.

    my $sms = $nexmo->sms(
        text     => 'This is a test',
        from     => 'Test02',
        to       => '452312432',
    ) or die $nexmo->errstr;

Send a binary message

    my $binary = $nexmo->sms(
        type     => 'binary',
        udh      => '06050415811581',   # hex encoded udh
        body     => '0011223344556677', # hex encoded body
        from     => 'Test02',
        to       => '452312432',
    ) or die $nexmo->errstr;

errstr

return the "last" error as string.

    print $nexmo->errstr;

get_balance

  my $balance = $nexmo->get_balance;

get_pricing

Not implemented yet...

Attributes

These attributes are available for Nexmo::SMS::TextMessage objects. For each attribute there is a getter/setter:

  $nexmo->server( 'servername' );
  my $server = $nexmo->server;
  • password

  • server

  • username

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Jui-Nan Lin added support for Unicode messages, thanks! (see https://github.com/reneeb/perl-Nexmo-SMS/pull/1/files)