mathieu-bour / laravel-mailjet by Mathieu Bour

Mailjet Integration for Laravel and Lumen frameworks
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Maintainer Username: Mathieu Bour
Maintainer Contact: mathieu.tin.bour@gmail.com (Mathieu Bour)
Package Create Date: 2020-05-29
Package Last Update: 2020-07-26
Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2021-01-14 15:26:32
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Mailjet integration for Laravel and Lumen

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Allow to use the Mailjet Templating Language in Laravel mailables.

This package is not supported by Mailjet.

This package follows the Semantic Versioning specification.

Prerequisites

  • PHP >= 7.2
  • Laravel/Lumen 6 or 7

Compatibility matrix

| laravel-mailjet | Laravel / Lumen | |-----------------|-----------------| | ^1.0.0 | ^6.0 || ^7.0 |

Installation / configuration

Simply add the package to your dependencies.

composer require mathieu-bour/laravel-mailjet

Laravel

The package support the Package Discovery.

Lumen

Add the service provider to your bootstrap/app.php.

Configuration

In the config/services.php, add the following entry:

return [
    // ...
    'mailjet'   => [
        'key'     => 'your-mailjet-key',
        'secret'  => 'your-mailjet-secret',
        'call'    => true, // can be set to false to mock requests
        'options' => ['version' => 'v3.1'], // additional Mailjet options, see https://github.com/mailjet/mailjet-apiv3-php#options
    ],
    // ...
];

Usage

You can now use the class Windy\Mailjet\MailjetTemplateMailable as a base for your emails.

Example:

use Windy\Mailjet\MailjetTemplateMailable;

class PasswordForgottenMail extends MailjetTemplateMailable
{
    /** @var int The Mailjet Template ID. */
    protected $templateId = 1185614;
    public $firstName;
    public $resetLink;

    public function __construct(User $user)
    {
        // You can now use {{var:firstName}} and {{var:resetLink}} variables in your Mailjet templates
        $this->firstName = $user->firstname ?? $user->username ?? '';
        $this->resetLink = 'https://mysite.com/password-reset?token=' . $user->token;
    }
}