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Amazon Pinpoint examples using SDK for JavaScript V3

The following code examples show you how to perform actions and implement common scenarios by using the Amazon SDK for JavaScript V3 with Amazon Pinpoint.

Actions are code excerpts that show you how to call individual Amazon Pinpoint functions.

Scenarios are code examples that show you how to accomplish a specific task by calling multiple Amazon Pinpoint functions.

Each example includes a link to GitHub, where you can find instructions on how to set up and run the code in context.

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The following code example shows how to send email and text messages with Amazon Pinpoint.

SDK for JavaScript V3
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To learn how to set up and run this example, see GitHub.

Create the client in a separate module and export it.

import { PinpointClient } from "@aws-sdk/client-pinpoint"; // Set the AWS Region. const REGION = "REGION"; //Set the MediaConvert Service Object const pinClient = new PinpointClient({region: REGION}); export { pinClient };

Send an email message.

// Import required AWS SDK clients and commands for Node.js import { SendMessagesCommand } from "@aws-sdk/client-pinpoint"; import { pinClient } from "./libs/pinClient.js"; /* The address on the "To" line. If your Amazon Pinpoint account is in the sandbox, this address also has to be verified. Note: All recipient addresses in this example are in arrays, which makes it easier to specify multiple recipients. Alternatively, you can make these variables strings, and then modify the To/Cc/BccAddresses attributes in the params variable so that it passes an array for each recipient type.*/ const senderAddress = "SENDER_ADDRESS"; const toAddress = "RECIPIENT_ADDRESS"; const projectId = "PINPOINT_PROJECT_ID"; //e.g., XXXXXXXX66e4e9986478cXXXXXXXXX // CC and BCC addresses. If your account is in the sandbox, these addresses have to be verified. var ccAddresses = ["cc_recipient1@example.com", "cc_recipient2@example.com"]; var bccAddresses = ["bcc_recipient@example.com"]; // The subject line of the email. var subject = "Amazon Pinpoint Test (AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js)"; // The email body for recipients with non-HTML email clients. var body_text = `Amazon Pinpoint Test (SDK for JavaScript in Node.js) ---------------------------------------------------- This email was sent with Amazon Pinpoint using the AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js. For more information, see https:\/\/aws.amazon.com/sdk-for-node-js/`; // The body of the email for recipients whose email clients support HTML content. var body_html = `<html> <head></head> <body> <h1>Amazon Pinpoint Test (SDK for JavaScript in Node.js)</h1> <p>This email was sent with <a href='https://aws.amazon.com//pinpoint/'>the Amazon Pinpoint Email API</a> using the <a href='https://aws.amazon.com//sdk-for-node-js/'> AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js</a>.</p> </body> </html>`; // The character encoding for the subject line and message body of the email. var charset = "UTF-8"; const params = { ApplicationId: projectId, MessageRequest: { Addresses: { Destination: { ToAddresses: toAddress, CcAddresses: ccAddresses, BccAddresses: bccAddresses, }, [toAddress]: { ChannelType: "EMAIL", }, }, MessageConfiguration: { EmailMessage: { FromAddress: senderAddress, SimpleEmail: { Subject: { Charset: charset, Data: subject, }, HtmlPart: { Charset: charset, Data: body_html, }, TextPart: { Charset: charset, Data: body_text, }, }, }, }, }, }; const run = async () => { try { const data = await pinClient.send(new SendMessagesCommand(params)); console.log( "Email sent! Message ID: ", data["MessageResponse"]["Result"][toAddress]["MessageId"] ); return data; // For unit tests. } catch (err) { console.log("Error", err); } }; run();

Send an SMS message.

// Import required AWS SDK clients and commands for Node.js import { SendMessagesCommand } from "@aws-sdk/client-pinpoint"; import { pinClient } from "./libs/pinClient.js"; ("use strict"); /* The phone number or short code to send the message from. The phone number or short code that you specify has to be associated with your Amazon Pinpoint account. For best results, specify long codes in E.164 format. */ const originationNumber = "SENDER_NUMBER"; //e.g., +1XXXXXXXXXX // The recipient's phone number. For best results, you should specify the phone number in E.164 format. const destinationNumber = "RECEIVER_NUMBER"; //e.g., +1XXXXXXXXXX // The content of the SMS message. const message = "This message was sent through Amazon Pinpoint " + "using the AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js. Reply STOP to " + "opt out."; /*The Amazon Pinpoint project/application ID to use when you send this message. Make sure that the SMS channel is enabled for the project or application that you choose.*/ const projectId = "PINPOINT_PROJECT_ID"; //e.g., XXXXXXXX66e4e9986478cXXXXXXXXX /* The type of SMS message that you want to send. If you plan to send time-sensitive content, specify TRANSACTIONAL. If you plan to send marketing-related content, specify PROMOTIONAL.*/ var messageType = "TRANSACTIONAL"; // The registered keyword associated with the originating short code. var registeredKeyword = "myKeyword"; /* The sender ID to use when sending the message. Support for sender ID // varies by country or region. For more information, see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/latest/userguide/channels-sms-countries.html.*/ var senderId = "MySenderID"; // Specify the parameters to pass to the API. var params = { ApplicationId: projectId, MessageRequest: { Addresses: { [destinationNumber]: { ChannelType: "SMS", }, }, MessageConfiguration: { SMSMessage: { Body: message, Keyword: registeredKeyword, MessageType: messageType, OriginationNumber: originationNumber, SenderId: senderId, }, }, }, }; const run = async () => { try { const data = await pinClient.send(new SendMessagesCommand(params)); return data; // For unit tests. console.log( "Message sent! " + data["MessageResponse"]["Result"][destinationNumber]["StatusMessage"] ); } catch (err) { console.log(err); } }; run();
  • For API details, see SendMessages in Amazon SDK for JavaScript API Reference.

SDK for JavaScript V2
Tip

To learn how to set up and run this example, see GitHub.

Send an email message.

'use strict'; const AWS = require('aws-sdk'); // The AWS Region that you want to use to send the email. For a list of // AWS Regions where the Amazon Pinpoint API is available, see // https://docs.aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/latest/apireference/ const aws_region = "us-west-2" // The "From" address. This address has to be verified in Amazon Pinpoint // in the region that you use to send email. const senderAddress = "sender@example.com"; // The address on the "To" line. If your Amazon Pinpoint account is in // the sandbox, this address also has to be verified. var toAddress = "recipient@example.com"; // The Amazon Pinpoint project/application ID to use when you send this message. // Make sure that the SMS channel is enabled for the project or application // that you choose. const appId = "ce796be37f32f178af652b26eexample"; // The subject line of the email. var subject = "Amazon Pinpoint (AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js)"; // The email body for recipients with non-HTML email clients. var body_text = `Amazon Pinpoint Test (SDK for JavaScript in Node.js) ---------------------------------------------------- This email was sent with Amazon Pinpoint using the AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js. For more information, see https:\/\/aws.amazon.com/sdk-for-node-js/`; // The body of the email for recipients whose email clients support HTML content. var body_html = `<html> <head></head> <body> <h1>Amazon Pinpoint Test (SDK for JavaScript in Node.js)</h1> <p>This email was sent with <a href='https://aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/'>the Amazon Pinpoint API</a> using the <a href='https://aws.amazon.com/sdk-for-node-js/'> AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js</a>.</p> </body> </html>`; // The character encoding the you want to use for the subject line and // message body of the email. var charset = "UTF-8"; // Specify that you're using a shared credentials file. var credentials = new AWS.SharedIniFileCredentials({profile: 'default'}); AWS.config.credentials = credentials; // Specify the region. AWS.config.update({region:aws_region}); //Create a new Pinpoint object. var pinpoint = new AWS.Pinpoint(); // Specify the parameters to pass to the API. var params = { ApplicationId: appId, MessageRequest: { Addresses: { [toAddress]:{ ChannelType: 'EMAIL' } }, MessageConfiguration: { EmailMessage: { FromAddress: senderAddress, SimpleEmail: { Subject: { Charset: charset, Data: subject }, HtmlPart: { Charset: charset, Data: body_html }, TextPart: { Charset: charset, Data: body_text } } } } } }; //Try to send the email. pinpoint.sendMessages(params, function(err, data) { // If something goes wrong, print an error message. if(err) { console.log(err.message); } else { console.log("Email sent! Message ID: ", data['MessageResponse']['Result'][toAddress]['MessageId']); } });

Send an SMS message.

'use strict'; var AWS = require('aws-sdk'); // The AWS Region that you want to use to send the message. For a list of // AWS Regions where the Amazon Pinpoint API is available, see // https://docs.aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/latest/apireference/. var aws_region = "us-east-1"; // The phone number or short code to send the message from. The phone number // or short code that you specify has to be associated with your Amazon Pinpoint // account. For best results, specify long codes in E.164 format. var originationNumber = "+12065550199"; // The recipient's phone number. For best results, you should specify the // phone number in E.164 format. var destinationNumber = "+14255550142"; // The content of the SMS message. var message = "This message was sent through Amazon Pinpoint " + "using the AWS SDK for JavaScript in Node.js. Reply STOP to " + "opt out."; // The Amazon Pinpoint project/application ID to use when you send this message. // Make sure that the SMS channel is enabled for the project or application // that you choose. var applicationId = "ce796be37f32f178af652b26eexample"; // The type of SMS message that you want to send. If you plan to send // time-sensitive content, specify TRANSACTIONAL. If you plan to send // marketing-related content, specify PROMOTIONAL. var messageType = "TRANSACTIONAL"; // The registered keyword associated with the originating short code. var registeredKeyword = "myKeyword"; // The sender ID to use when sending the message. Support for sender ID // varies by country or region. For more information, see // https://docs.aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/latest/userguide/channels-sms-countries.html var senderId = "MySenderID"; // Specify that you're using a shared credentials file, and optionally specify // the profile that you want to use. var credentials = new AWS.SharedIniFileCredentials({profile: 'default'}); AWS.config.credentials = credentials; // Specify the region. AWS.config.update({region:aws_region}); //Create a new Pinpoint object. var pinpoint = new AWS.Pinpoint(); // Specify the parameters to pass to the API. var params = { ApplicationId: applicationId, MessageRequest: { Addresses: { [destinationNumber]: { ChannelType: 'SMS' } }, MessageConfiguration: { SMSMessage: { Body: message, Keyword: registeredKeyword, MessageType: messageType, OriginationNumber: originationNumber, SenderId: senderId, } } } }; //Try to send the message. pinpoint.sendMessages(params, function(err, data) { // If something goes wrong, print an error message. if(err) { console.log(err.message); // Otherwise, show the unique ID for the message. } else { console.log("Message sent! " + data['MessageResponse']['Result'][destinationNumber]['StatusMessage']); } });
  • For API details, see SendMessages in Amazon SDK for JavaScript API Reference.