sms 0.2.4

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SMS library for Flutter applications. Its allow to send, receive, query sms messages, sms delivery and query contacts info. It exposes an easy and friendly API for developing a completely functional s

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Flutter SMS #

This is an SMS library for flutter.

It only support Android for now (I can't do it for iOS because I don't own Mac).

Getting Started #

For help getting started with Flutter, view our online documentation.

For help on editing plugin code, view the documentation.

Installation and Usage #

Once you're familiar with Flutter you may install this package adding sms (0.1.4 or higher) to the dependencies list of the pubspec.yaml file as follow:

dependencies:
  flutter:
    sdk: flutter

  sms: ^0.2.0

Then run the command flutter packages get on the console.

Querying SMS messages #

Add the import statement for sms and create an instance of the SmsQuery class:

import 'package:sms/sms.dart';

void main() {
  SmsQuery query = new SmsQuery();
}

Getting all SMS messages #

List<SmsMessage> messages = await query.getAllSms;

Note: the use of await keyword means that getAllSms is resolved asynchronously and a Future is retorned.

Filtering SMS messages #

The method querySms from the SmsQuery class returns a list of sms depending of the supplied parameters. For example, for querying all the sms messages sent and received write the followed code:

await query.querySms({
    kinds: [SmsQueryKind.Inbox, SmsQueryKind.Sent]
});

You can also query all the sms messages sent and received from a specific contact:

await query.querySms({
    address: getContactAddress()
});

Getting all Threads Conversations #

With SmsQuery you can also get the entire list of conversations:

List<SmsThread> threads = await query.getAllThreads;

Getting the Contact info #

Each conversation thread is related with a Contact. The class Contact contains all the info of a thread contact (address, photo, full name). To get access to Contact class you must import 'package:sms/contact.dart' into your dart file:

import 'package:sms/contact.dart';

void main() {
  ...
  Contact contact = threads.first.contact;
  print(contact.address);
}

Querying Contact #

You can also query a contact by its address (phone number):

import 'package:sms/contact.dart';

void main() {
  ContactQuery contacts = new ContactQuery();
  Contact contact = await contacts.queryContact(someAddress());
  print(contact.fullName);
}
String getAddress() {...}

The Contact photo #

You can retrieve the photo of the contact (full size or thumbnail):

...
Uint8List fullSize = contact.photo.bytes;
Uint8List thumbnail = contact.thumbnail.bytes;

User Profile #

Some times it is useful to request basic info of the phone owner, like the contact photo, addresses, etc.

import 'package:sms/contact.dart';

UserProfileProvider provider = new UserProfileProvider();
UserProfile profile = await provider.getUserProfile();
print(profile.fullName);

Sending SMS #

What about sending a SMS? All you have to do is to create an instance of the SmsSender class:

import 'package:sms/sms.dart';

void main() {
  SmsSender sender = new SmsSender();
  String address = someAddress();
  ...
  sender.sendSms(new SmsMessage(address, 'Hello flutter!'));
}

To be notified when the message is sent and/or delivered, you must add a listener to your message:

import 'package:sms/sms.dart';

void main() {
  SmsSender sender = new SmsSender();
  String address = someAddress();
  ...
  SmsMessage message = new SmsMessage(address, 'Hello flutter!');
  message.onStateChanged.listen((state) {
    if (state == SmsMessageState.Sent) {
      print("SMS is sent!");
    } else if (state == SmsMessageState.Delivered) {
      print("SMS is delivered!");
    }
  });
  sender.sendSms(message);
}

Some times it is useful to be notified of delivered messages regardless of the message. To do that you must subscribe to the onSmsDelivered of the SmsSender class instance:

void main() {
...
SmsSender sender = new SmsSender();
sender.onSmsDelivered.listen((SmsMessage message){
  print('${message.address} received your message.');
}));
}

You can also send with another SimCard:

void main() {
SimCardsProvider provider = new SimCardsProvider();
SimCard card = await provider.getSimCards()[0];
SmsSender sender = new SmsSender();
SmsMessage message = new SmsMessage("address", "message");
sender.sendSMS(message, simCard: card);
}

Note: Using the onSmsDelivered from the SmsSender will only notify to listeners of messages that has been sent through SmsSender.send().

Receiving SMS #

If you want to be notified for incoming new messages you must subscribe to an instance of the SmsReceiver class:

import 'package:sms/sms.dart';

void main() {
  SmsReceiver receiver = new SmsReceiver();
  receiver.onSmsReceived.listen((SmsMessage msg) => print(msg.body));
}

Roadmap #

  • [x] SMS Receiver
  • [x] SMS Sender
  • [x] SMS Delivery
  • [x] SMS Query
  • [x] SMS Thread
  • [ ] MMS Receiver
  • [ ] MMS Sender
  • [ ] MMS Delivery
  • [ ] MMS Query
  • [ ] Multi Sim Card
  • [x] Contact
  • [x] Contact Photo (full size, thumbnail)
  • [x] User profile (basic info)

Contributors #

Designed and created by Imrul kayes

Contributions #

Any contribution is welcome.

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SMS library for Flutter applications. Its allow to send, receive, query sms messages, sms delivery and query contacts info. It exposes an easy and friendly API for developing a completely functional sms app in Flutter.

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License

MIT (LICENSE)

Dependencies

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