NAME

SMS::Send::Twilio - SMS::Send backend for Twilio API

SYNOPSIS

use SMS::Send;
# Create an object. There are three required values:
my $sender = SMS::Send->new('Twilio',
  _accountsid => 'ACb657bdcb16f06893fd127e099c070eca',
  _authtoken  => 'b857f7afe254fa86c689648447e04cff',
  _from       => '+15005550006',
  );

# Send a message to me
my $sent = $sender->send_sms(
  text => 'Messages can be up to 1600 chars',
  to   => '+31645742418',
);

# Did it send?
if ( $sent ) {
  print "Sent test message\n";
} else {
  print "Test message failed\n";
}

DESCRIPTION

SMS::Send::Twilio is an SMS::Send driver for the Twilio web service.

new

# Create a new sender using this driver
my $sender = SMS::Send->new('Twilio',
  _accountsid => 'ACb657bdcb16f06893fd127e099c070eca',
  _authtoken  => 'b857f7afe254fa86c689648447e04cff',
  _from       => '+15005550006',
);

The new constructor takes three parameters, which should be passed through from the SMS::Send constructor.

send_sms

It's really easy; if it returns a true value, sending the message was OK. If not we'd see an error message on STDERR.

# Send a message to me
  my $sent = $sender->send_sms(
  text => 'Messages can be up to 1600 chars',
  to   => '+31645742418',
);

AUTHOR

Michiel Beijen michiel.beijen@gmail.com

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2013- Michiel Beijen

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

SMS::Send WWW::Twilio::API