Send Laravel Notifications as a Phone Call

Send Laravel Notifications as a Phone Call

Nexmo Voice Channel is a package that adds a notification channel to Laravel using Nexmo’s voice API:

This package provides a notification channel for the Laravel framework that works with Nexmo’s voice API, allowing text-to-speech phone calls. It also provides a fluent interface to construct your message content.

To use this notification channel, you route a notification through VoiceChannel and provide a toVoice() method. The readme documents an example so you can get a visual of using this package:

use Roomies\NexmoVoiceChannel\Markup\Message; use Roomies\NexmoVoiceChannel\Markup\SayAs; use Roomies\NexmoVoiceChannel\Markup\Sentence; use Roomies\NexmoVoiceChannel\NexmoVoiceChannel; /** * Get the notification's delivery channels. * * @param mixed $notifiable * @return array */ public function via($notifiable) { return [NexmoVoiceChannel::class]; } /** * Get the voice representation of the notification. * * @param mixed $notifiable * @return \Roomies\NexmoVoiceChannel\Markup\Message */ public function toVoice($notifiable) { return new Message([ new Sentence('Hi, thanks for joining Roomies.'), new Sentence([ 'Your verification code is', new SayAs('ABC123')->interpretAs('spell-out') ]), ]); } 

Here’s another example demonstrating the package’s markup types you can use to create a notification:

new Sentence([ 'Hey!', (new Pause)->time('1s'), (new Prosody('Wake up!'))->volume('loud'), (new Substitution( (new SayAs('US'))->interpretAs('spell-out'), ))->alias('United States'), ]) 

You can learn more about this package, get full installation instructions, and view the source code on GitHub at roomies-com/nexmo-voice-channel.

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Send Laravel Notifications as a Phone Call