mailgun

5.0.0

📧 Service to assist with sending emails from Vapor apps
vapor-community/mailgun

What's New

Mailgun 5.0.0

2020-07-16T16:44:56Z

⚠️Breaking changes⚠️
This release of mailgun allows a user to mock MailgunProvider for testing and also uses the correct EventLoop for Request

extension Application.Mailgun.Provider {
    static var fake: Self {
        .init {
            $0.mailgun.use { app, _ in
                MockMailgun(eventLoop: app.eventLoopGroup.next())
            }
        }
    }
}

This release also renames the package name and url to be more concise.
So now installing mailgun will look like

.package(url: "https://github.com/vapor-community/mailgun.git", from: "5.0.0")

.target(name: "App", dependencies: [
    .product(name: "Vapor", package: "vapor"),
    .product(name: "Mailgun", package: "mailgun")
])

Mailgun

Discord Platforms Swift 5.2 Vapor 4

Mailgun is a Vapor 4 service for a popular email sending API

Note: Vapor3 version is available in vapor3 branch and from 3.0.0 tag

Installation

Mailgun can be installed with Swift Package Manager

.package(url: "https://github.com/vapor-community/mailgun.git", from: "5.0.0")

.target(name: "App", dependencies: [
    .product(name: "Vapor", package: "vapor"),
    .product(name: "Mailgun", package: "mailgun")
])

Usage

Sign up and set up a Mailgun account here

Make sure you get an API key and register a custom domain

Configure

In configure.swift:

import Mailgun

// Called before your application initializes.
func configure(_ app: Application) throws {
    /// case 1
    /// put into your environment variables the following keys:
    /// MAILGUN_API_KEY=...
    app.mailgun.configuration = .environment

    /// case 2
    /// manually
    app.mailgun.configuration = .init(apiKey: "<api key>")
}

Note: If your private api key begins with key-, be sure to include it

Declare all your domains

extension MailgunDomain {
    static var myApp1: MailgunDomain { .init("mg.myapp1.com", .us) }
    static var myApp2: MailgunDomain { .init("mg.myapp2.com", .eu) }
    static var myApp3: MailgunDomain { .init("mg.myapp3.com", .us) }
    static var myApp4: MailgunDomain { .init("mg.myapp4.com", .eu) }
}

Set default domain in configure.swift

app.mailgun.defaultDomain = .myApp1

Usage

Mailgun is available on both Application and Request

// call it without arguments to use default domain
app.mailgun().send(...)
req.mailgun().send(...)

// or call it with domain
app.mailgun(.myApp1).send(...)
req.mailgun(.myApp1).send(...)

In configure.swift

import Mailgun

// Called before your application initializes.
func configure(_ app: Application) throws {
    /// configure mailgun

    /// then you're ready to use it
    app.mailgun(.myApp1).send(...).whenSuccess { response in
        print("just sent: \(response)")
    }
}

💡 NOTE: All the examples below will be with Request, but you could do the same with Application as in example above.

In routes.swift:

Without attachments
import Mailgun

func routes(_ app: Application) throws {
    app.post("mail") { req -> EventLoopFuture<ClientResponse> in
        let message = MailgunMessage(
            from: "postmaster@example.com",
            to: "example@gmail.com",
            subject: "Newsletter",
            text: "This is a newsletter",
            html: "<h1>This is a newsletter</h1>"
        )
        return req.mailgun().send(message)
    }
}
With attachments
import Mailgun

func routes(_ app: Application) throws {
    app.post("mail") { req -> EventLoopFuture<ClientResponse> in
        let fm = FileManager.default
        guard let attachmentData = fm.contents(atPath: "/tmp/test.pdf") else {
          throw Abort(.internalServerError)
        }
        let bytes: [UInt8] = Array(attachmentData)
        var bytesBuffer = ByteBufferAllocator().buffer(capacity: bytes.count)
        bytesBuffer.writeBytes(bytes)
        let attachment = File.init(data: bytesBuffer, filename: "test.pdf")
        let message = MailgunMessage(
            from: "postmaster@example.com",
            to: "example@gmail.com",
            subject: "Newsletter",
            text: "This is a newsletter",
            html: "<h1>This is a newsletter</h1>",
            attachments: [attachment]
        )
        return req.mailgun().send(message)
    }
}
With template (attachments can be used in same way)
import Mailgun

func routes(_ app: Application) throws {
    app.post("mail") { req -> EventLoopFuture<ClientResponse> in
        let message = MailgunTemplateMessage(
            from: "postmaster@example.com",
            to: "example@gmail.com",
            subject: "Newsletter",
            template: "my-template",
            templateData: ["foo": "bar"]
        )
        return req.mailgun().send(message)
    }
}
Setup content through Leaf

Using Vapor Leaf, you can easily setup your HTML Content.

First setup a leaf file in Resources/Views/Emails/my-email.leaf

<html>
    <body>
        <p>Hi #(name)</p>
    </body>
</html>

With this, you can change the #(name) with a variable from your Swift code, when sending the mail

import Mailgun

func routes(_ app: Application) throws {
    app.post("mail") { req -> EventLoopFuture<ClientResponse> in
        let content = try req.view().render("Emails/my-email", [
            "name": "Bob"
        ])

        let message = Mailgun.Message(
            from: "postmaster@example.com",
            to: "example@gmail.com",
            subject: "Newsletter",
            text: "",
            html: content
        )

        return req.mailgun().send(message)
    }
}
Setup routes
public func configure(_ app: Application) throws {
    // sets up a catch_all forward for the route listed
    let routeSetup = MailgunRouteSetup(forwardURL: "http://example.com/mailgun/all", description: "A route for all emails")
    app.mailgun().setup(forwarding: routeSetup).whenSuccess { response in
        print(response)
    }
}
Handle routes
import Mailgun

func routes(_ app: Application) throws {
    let mailgunGroup = app.grouped("mailgun")
    mailgunGroup.post("all") { req -> String in
        do {
            let incomingMail = try req.content.decode(MailgunIncomingMessage.self)
            print("incomingMail: (incomingMail)")
            return "Hello"
        } catch {
            throw Abort(.internalServerError, reason: "Could not decode incoming message")
        }
    }
}
Creating templates
import Mailgun

func routes(_ app: Application) throws {
    let mailgunGroup = app.grouped("mailgun")
    mailgunGroup.post("template") { req -> EventLoopFuture<ClientResponse> in
        let template = MailgunTemplate(name: "my-template", description: "api created :)", template: "<h1>Hello {{ name }}</h1>")
        return req.mailgun().createTemplate(template)
    }
}

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