The Clickatell HTTP API offers simple, versatile internet connectivity to the Clickatell service and is one of seven SMS APIs offered. It allows you to send SMS messages around the world to your clients, staff or user-database. All the APIs support text, Unicode, binary SMS and flash messaging. This can be used either in the form of an HTTP POST or GET and includes Text, Flash, Unicode and 8-bit SMS messaging. Clickatell covers over 819 networks in more than 220 countries. Connecting you to the wireless world through simple integration while offering complete customization and personalization allowing the client to define the Sender ID and message content.
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The Clickatell Home Automation CPlus Sample Code by Clickatell demonstrates how to use the API to notify when electricity is running low, aiming to automate a user's home. It uses a Raspberry Pi and Arduino to notify via text message.
The Clickatell Opt In And Out PHP Sample Code by Clickatell present how to use the API to opt in and opt out SMS notifications. Developers in the marketing industry can benefit from this project, that provides a getting started guide and a coding reference.
The Clickatell 2 Way Authentication PHP Sample Code by Clickatell presents how to authenticate the interface. It is required for developers to use an HTTP or REST API, update index details, update mobile number, and install dependencies via composer.