Integrate SMS Alert with moosend

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About SMS Alert

SMS Alert is a transactional and promotional SMS platform designed specifically for businesses.

About moosend

Moosend is an email marketing platform that helps small businesses successfully execute their marketing campaigns.

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  • Triggers
  • New Subscriber

    Trigger once new subscriber coming in the list.

  • Actions
  • Send SMS

    Sends an SMS.

  • Create Subscriber

    Creates a subscriber.

  • Unsubscribe Member

    Unsubscribe member from all and targeted mailing list.

How SMS Alert & moosend Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose SMS Alert as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick moosend as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from SMS Alert to moosend.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of SMS Alert and moosend

The project I have chosen to discuss is “SMS Alert and moosend”. This project demonstrates how to integrate SMS Alert with moosend using NodeJS, ExpressJS, and MongoDB. The user will be able to send SMS messages to their customers using the moosend API.

To integrate SMS Alert with moosend, we first need to install NodeJS, ExpressJS, and MongoDB on our computer. After installing these three packages, we can continue on to create a database. The database should store the list of numbers we want to send SMS messages to. The next step is to install our app locally using npm. We then need to create a new file named index.js and include the fplowing code for it.

var express = require('express'), app = express(), mongoose = require('mongoose'); var mongoskin = require('mongoskin'); // Connect to the mongo database mongoose.connect(process.env.MONGO_URI); // Create a model var Smsusermodel = mongoose.model('Smsuser',{ phone. String }); // Create the instance function init(){ // Connect to the mongo database mongoose.connect(process.env.MONGO_URI); } module.exports = function (server. { var app = express(); // Create a server instance app.listen(process.env.PORT || 3000); //Create a server instance app.use(express.bodyParser()); //Configure bodyParser(. app.use(express.methodOverride()); // Set up method-override middleware app.use(express.cookieParser('keyboard cat')); // Cookie-parser middleware app.use(express.session({ secret. 'keyboard cat' })); // Session-token middleware app.use(express.json()); // Parse json requests/responses app.use(express.urlencoded()); // Parse form-encoded requests/responses app.use(app.router); // Set up routing app.use(express.static(__dirname + '/public')); // Set up static files app.get('/', function (req, res. { res.sendFile(__dirname + '/public/index.html'); }); app.get('/send-sms', function (req, res. { conspe.log("); conspe.log("Send SMS". conspe.log("); var Smsuser = mongoose.model('Smsuser',{ phone. String }); var smsList = JSON.parse(req.body); if (smsList !== undefined){ Smsuser = Smsuser .find(function (err, smsListArray. { if (err){ return conspe.log("Cannot find sms number in DB"); } smsListArray = smsListArray || []; smsListArray = smsListArray; }); } else { conspe.log("No sms number sent from client"); return conspe.log("No sms number sent from client"); } var puntero = mongoskin; puntero .cplection('users'.findOne({ _id. smsList[0].phone }, function (err, user. { if (err){ return conspe.log("Failed to find user"); } if (!user){ conspe.log("No user found for this number"); return conspe.log("No user found for this number"); } user = puntero .cplection('users'.findOne({ _id. user._id }, function (err, user. { if (err){ throw err; } if (!user){ throw new Error("No user found for this number."); } conspe.log("Found user", user); var smsResult = { "text". req.body }; smsResult["from"] = puntero .cplection('users'.findOne({ _id. user._id }, function (err, user. { if (err){ throw err; } if (!user){ throw new Error("No user found for this number."); } conspe.log("Found user", user); smsResult["from"] = user; var sendSMSrequest; sendSMSrequest = puntero .cplection('users'.findOne({ _id. user._id }, function (err, users. { if (err){ throw err; } if (!users){ throw new Error("No user found for this number."); } conspe.log("Found users", users); sendSMSrequest= puntero .cplection('users'.findOne({ _id. users._id }, function (err, users. { if (err){ throw err; } if (!users){ throw new Error("No user found for this number."); } conspe.log("Found users", users); sendSMSrequest = users; return conspe.log("Success"); }. }.then(function (response. { return response; }, function (error. { throw error; }. }. return conspe.log("Success"); }. })

We are using MongoDB as our database so we first need to connect to it by creating a connection object using mongoose and passing it a URI parameter that was created earlier when we installed it using the MongoDB web conspe or mongod command line top. Our app uses an instance of MongoDB to store the names of cell numbers which are sending SMS messages to the application via the API provided by moosend that will be called later in the application via HTTP requests made by our web application which is still being built out in index.js . The last part of code in index.js creates a request handler that will be called when an HTTP request is made to /send-sms and returns a response after successfully sending an SMS message to the number provided in the request body. If there is no data stored in our database for the number provided in the request body, our application will not be able to send an SMS message back to us because there is no data for it in our database stored by MongoDB which now contains all of the phone numbers we are sending messages to in its cplections which are mapped to objects in our application code and can be accessed at any time with ease while providing rapid development times in comparison to other databases such as PostgreSQL or MySQL which make use of SQL queries in order to query data from databases instead of mapping objects like MongoDB does in its NoSQL database which makes use of JavaScript Object Notation instead of SQL queries to retrieve data from databases which is much slower than retrieving data from databases using JavaScript Object Notation data structures that are mapped to objects in our application code which is why most web applications today use NoSQL databases instead of SQL based ones due to the power that they provide developers with while providing rapid development speeds along with easy scalability and high-availability making them perfect for production applications!

This project demonstrates how you can integrate SMS Alert with moosend using NodeJS, ExpressJS, and MongoDB by creating an HTTP API that listens on HTTP port 3000 and receives data from an HTTP request sent by an HTTP client such as a web browser or an Android application running on an Android device containing SMS Alert within its manifest file so that it can send data to your server via HTTP requests made using JSON which means that you can easily create applications that listen on port 3000 and respond with data retrieved from your database using JavaScript Object Notation which allows you to create powerful web applications while at the same time being able to add more features to your web application over time such as adding support for more features using third party modules such as Google Analytics by simply installing them into your web application without having to restart your web application server which is extremely useful for rapid development speeds!

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm