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movile-messaging

Simple node.js wrapper for Movile's Messaging API

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Unofficial Node.js wrapper for Movile's SMS Messaging API.

Read carefully through Movile Messaging's official documentation (link above) before using this module. It will NOT attempt to validate or sanitize your parameters before sending requests, so make sure you're sending what they are expecting to receive.

You will need your own UserName and AuthenticationToken to make API calls.

Note that most optional parameters are missing in this module, I'm working on it. PR's are welcome as well 😉

Usage example:

const Movile = require('movile-messaging');
const sms = new Movile('YOUR_USER_NAME', 'YOUR_AUTH_TOKEN');

sms.getStatus('9cb87d36-79af-11e5-89f3-1b0591cdf807')
.then(response => console.log(response.data))   // do something with this data
.catch(err => console.error(err));              // your error handling

Methods:

send(destination, messageText)

Send SMS message to a single endpoint.

  • destination: Phone number with country code and area code. Example: '5519998765432'
  • messageText: The message string to be sent. If it's too long, it will be split into multiple messages.

Example:

sms.send('5519998765432', 'Your text here')
.then(response => console.log(response.data))   // do something with this data
.catch(err => console.error(err));              // your error handling

Expected response body:

{
  "id":"9cb87d36-79af-11e5-89f3-1b0591cdf807"
}

sendBulk(numbers, messageText)

Send the same SMS message to many endpoints at once.

  • numbers: Array of phone numbers, just like destination in the send method.
  • messageText: The message string to be sent. If it's too long, it will be split into multiple messages.

Example:

sms.sendBulk(['5519988887777', '5535989890000'], 'Your text here')
.then(response => console.log(response.data))   // do something with this data
.catch(err => console.error(err));              // your error handling

Expected response body:

{
  "id":"317b925a-79b0-11e5-82d3-9fb06ba220b3",
  "messages":[
    {
      "id":"715773da-79b0-11e5-afc8-dfdd0dedf87a"
    },
    {
      "id":"717fb4bc-79b0-11e5-819e-57198aac792e"
    }
  ]
}

getStatus(id)

Check the delivery status of a single message.

  • id: ID of a message, obtained when it is sent.

Example:

sms.getStatus('8f5af680-973e-11e4-ad43-4ee58e9a13a6')
.then(response => console.log(response.data))   // do something with this data
.catch(err => console.error(err));              // your error handling

Expected response body:

{
  "id":"8f5af680-973e-11e4-ad43-4ee58e9a13a6",
  "carrierId":5,
  "carrierName":"TIM",
  "destination":"5519900001111",
  "sentStatusCode":2,
  "sentStatus":"SENT_SUCCESS",
  "sentStatusAt":1420732929252,
  "sentStatusDate":"2015-01-08T16:02:09Z",
  "deliveredStatusCode":4,
  "deliveredStatus":"DELIVERED_SUCCESS",
  "deliveredAt":1420732954000,
  "deliveredDate":"2015-01-08T16:02:34Z",
  "campaignId":1234
}

listReceived()

Retrieve messages sent to your LA's (i. e. a client replied to your SMS).

Example:

sms.listReceived()
.then(response => console.log(response.data))   // do something with this data
.catch(err => console.error(err));              // your error handling

Expected response body:

{
  "total": 1,
  "start": "2016-09-04T11:12:41Z",
  "end": "2016-09-08T11:17:39.113Z",
  "messages": [
    {
      "id": "25950050-7362-11e6-be62-001b7843e7d4",
      "subAccount": "iFoodMarketing",
      "campaignAlias": "iFoodPromo",
      "carrierId": 1,
      "carrierName": "VIVO",
      "source": "5516981562820",
      "shortCode": "28128",
      "messageText": "Eu quero pizza",
      "receivedAt": 1473088405588,
      "receivedDate": "2016-09-05T12:13:25Z",
      "mt": {
        "id": "8be584fd-2554-439b-9ba9-aab507278992",
        "correlationId": "1876",
        "username": "iFoodCS",
        "email": "customer.support@ifood.com"
      }
    },
    {
      "id": "d3afc42a-1fd9-49ff-8b8b-34299c070ef3",
      "subAccount": "iFoodMarketing",
      "campaignAlias": "iFoodPromo",
      "carrierId": 5,
      "carrierName": "TIM",
      "source": "5519987565020",
      "shortCode": "28128",
      "messageText": "Meu hamburguer está chegando?",
      "receivedAt": 1473088405588,
      "receivedDate": "2016-09-05T12:13:25Z",
      "mt": {
        "id": "302db832-3527-4e3c-b57b-6a481644d88b",
        "correlationId": "1893",
        "username": "iFoodCS",
        "email": "customer.support@ifood.com"
      }
    }
  ]
}

searchReceived(start, end)

Search for messages received in a time interval (between start and end, as one would expect).

  • start: ISO8601-formatted string. Defaults to 5 days ago from current date.
  • end: ISO8601-formatted string. Defaults to current date.

Example:

sms.listReceived('2016-09-04T11:12:41Z', '2016-09-08T11:17:39.113Z')

Expected response body: same format as listReceived()

  • Note that phone numbers from OI and Sercomtel carriers will not return DELIVERED_SUCCESS status even if the SMS was successfully received.
  • Data is only retained in Movile's end for a few days, so you may want to store this data somewhere else.

Special thanks to @mCodex

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