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Sending Mobile SMS in Ruby on Rails using twilio

Sending Mobile SMS in Ruby on Rails using twilio?

  1. gem install twilio-ruby
  2. In Controller
  3. U need to add the  require 'twilio-ruby'
  4. @account_sid = 'AC3ddc5567a441ea2fdf0a460452599aa6' 
  5. @auth_token = '9aefac893c9c9214770046ecb796d6c8'
  6. @client = Twilio::REST::Client.new(@account_sid, @auth_token)
  7. p @client.account
  8. @client.account.messages.create(from: '+12019044303', to: '+919538947694',body: 'Hello koteshwarrao welcome to my blog')
Notes:
  • From number is nothing but twillo number
  • To Number is from whom u need to send the message
  • Use Only Live credentials only
  • @account_sid is twilio account id
  • @auth_token is twilio auth token
  • Before Sending any message to mobile the mobile number need to be verified to twilio account.

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