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The JSON REST API allows you to submit and receive BulkSMS messages. You can also get access to past messages and see your account profile.
The base URL to use for this service is https://api.bulksms.com/v1. The base URL cannot be used on its own; you must append a path that identifies an operation and you may have to specify some path parameters as well.
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In order to give you an idea on how the API can be used, some JSON snippets are provided below. Have a look at the messages section for more information.
Probably the most simple example
The insecure base URL http://api.bulksms.com/v1 is deprecated and may in future result in a 301 redirect response, or insecure requests may be rejected outright. Please use the secure (https) URI above.
HTTP Content Type
All API methods expect requests to supply a Content-Type header with the value application/json. All responses will have the Content-Type header set to application/json.
You are advised to format your JSON resources according to strict JSON format rules. While the API does attempt to parse strictly invalid JSON documents, doing so may lead to incorrect interpretation and unexpected results.
Good JSON libraries will produce valid JSON suitable for submission, but if you are manually generating the JSON text, be careful to follow the JSON format. This include correct escaping of control characters and double quoting of property names.
See the JSON specification for further information.
Dates are formatted according to ISO-8601, such as 1970-01-01T10:00:00+01:00 for 1st January 1970, 10AM UTC+1.
See the Wikipedia ISO 8601 reference for further information.
Specifically, calendar dates are formatted with the 'extended' format YYYY-MM-DD. Basic format, week dates and ordinal dates are not supported. Times are also formatted in the 'extended' format hh:mm:ss. Hours, minutes and seconds are mandatory. Offset from UTC must be provided; this is to ensure that there is no misunderstanding regarding times provided to the API.
The format we look for is yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm:ss[Z|[+-]hh:mm]
Examples of valid date/times are2011-12-31T12:00:00Z 2011-12-31T12:00:00+02:00
Entity Format Modifications
It is expected that over time some changes will be made to the request and response formats of various methods available in the API.
Where possible, these will be implemented in a backwards compatible way.
To make this possible you are required to ignore unknown properties.
This enables the addition of information in response documents while maintaining compatibility with older clients.
Optional Request Entity Properties
There are many instances where requests can be made without having to specify every single property allowable in the request format.
Any such optional properties are noted as such in the documentation and their default value is noted.