View Full Version : Sending Sms using Javascript

01-10-2014, 10:17 AM
How to Send sms to a different mobile numbers on a given date and time using javascript.

Mod's note:
this type of generic, open-ended question does not usually generate good discussions, either because the question is too broad, there is no clear answer, or the answers are too subjective.

It would probably be more productive for you to do some research (Google is your friend! (http://google.com)), and then come back here if you find a specific question to ask.

Because this type of discussion is often unproductive and may attract spam, this thread may be closed or deleted later.

01-10-2014, 04:01 PM
It's simple to find information about sending SMS messages (http://lmgtfy.com/?q=send+sms+via+javascript). More generally, this question sounds like something you'd need to do server-side—are you using Node? With normal javascript, running in the browser, you'd only have the opportunity to send a message while the page was open and running.

Please post back if you have a specific question.

01-11-2014, 12:56 AM
Also, was there an issue with the other four questions (https://www.google.com/search?q=How+to+Send+sms+to+a+different+mobile+numbers+on+a+given+date+and+time+using+javascript.&oq=How+to+Send+sms+to+a+different+mobile+numbers+on+a+given+date+and+time+using+javascript.&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=91&ie=UTF-8) that you've posted? As traq said (and some of the answerer's in the other questions), clarify what you want, please. We have no idea of the context, the limitations, why you need to use JavaScript, etc...

01-11-2014, 05:43 AM
kadi, both of your topics on this forum have been closed because:
1. The questions are too general:
--They do not provide enough context or details for us to give you a good answer.
--They can probably easily be answered by a simple web search.
2. You have posted on multiple forums (at least 4 different websites that we noticed):
--This is considered a type of spam.
--This wastes everyone's time because answers are duplicated on the different websites.
3. You have not replied to the requests for more information.
--This suggests your questions are resolved and that you do not actually need help.
--This also suggests that you do not intend to actively participate in the forum here.

If you wish to continue posting on this forum, please correct this for future postings.