python-thaibulksms

Python functions to send SMSs via ThaiBulkSMS.com


Licenses
MirOS/MirOS
Install
pip install python-thaibulksms==0.0.2

Documentation

python-thaibulksms

A small number of tiny wrapper functions to help you get started sending SMSs using Thailand's http://www.thaibulksms.com/. These functions work in plain python plus there's a couple of extra functions specifically designed to work with django and django+celery.

ThaiBulkSMS.com also offer OTP sending and retrieving functionality but that is currently not included in this package. It would be trivial to add.

Sending SMS:

from pythonthaibulksms.thaibulksms import thaibulksms_sms

thaibulksms_sms(
    'YOUR_USERNAME',
    'YOUR_PASSWORD',
    '0899999999', # recipient phone number
    'Hello! How are you?', # message
    True,  # True = corporate, False = standard
    sender='MY COMPANY', # optional, needs to be set up in advance with thaibulksms.com
    schedule='2009301116', # optional, format YYMMDDhhmm
)

Using Django

First, add the following config to your project settings.py file

THAIBULKSMS = {
    'default': {
        'username': 'YOUR_USERNAME',
        'password': 'YOUR_PASSWORD',
        'corporate': True,  # True = corporate, False = standard
        'sender': 'MY COMPANY' # optional, needs to be set up in advance with thaibulksms.com
    },
}

Then call the following function as required:

from pythonthaibulksms.django import django_thaibulksms_sms

django_thaibulksms_sms(
    '0899999999', # recipient phone number
    'Hello! How are you?', # message
    'default', # optional, which config to use from your settings.py, defaults to 'default'
    schedule='2009301116', # optional, format YYMMDDhhmm
)

Using Celery within Django

To send call the thaibulksms API via a task queue, use:

from pythonthaibulksms.tasks import django_thaibulksms_sms_celery

django_thaibulksms_sms_celery.delay(
    '0899999999', # recipient phone number
    'Hello! How are you?', # message
    'default', # optional, which config to use from your settings.py, defaults to 'default'
    schedule='2009301116', # optional, format YYMMDDhhmm
)