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In this example, we will show you how you can get started working with the Infobip API to produce a working use case that can send an SMS message to any number.

Before you start

You'll need an Infobip account. Sign up and get free message credit, and a shared sender number from Infobip. They will automatically assign you can API key when you register.

Install & Authorize Superface

The Superface CLI provides all the tooling needed to author the Comlinks for your integration.

Install with Homebrew
brew install superfaceai/cli/superface

If you don't have a Superface account already, you can sign up here. You can use your account to authenticate the CLI.

superface login

Prepare the documentation

Infobip has great documentation for all their endpoints. The endpoint needed for this use case is Send SMS Message.

superface prepare "infobip"

Edit the Infobip provider

Once the documentation has been indexed, you will need to edit the infobip.provider.json that has been created to ensure that the correct API endpoint and security policy are used. The exact provider definition you need to use is below:


InfoBip uses a personalized base URL for each customer. You will need to replace the baseURL value in the provider example below with your own. You can find yours on the API documentation or InfoBip Portal Homepage.

"name": "infobip",
"defaultService": "default",
"services": [
"id": "default",
"securitySchemes": [
"id": "infobipApiKey",
"type": "apiKey",
"in": "header",
"name": "Authorization"
"parameters": []

Define your use case

Next, you can create a profile for the use case you want to achieve, which in this case is to send an SMS message.

superface new infobip "send an sms"

A file called sms-messaging-outbound-sms.profile will be created in the superface folder as a result of this. This is a Comlink file that decribes the input and output expectations that the API expects to achieve this use case.

To turn the Comlink profile into runnable code in either Node.js or Python, use the following command and include the name of the provider and a use case profile you want to work with.

superface map infobip sms-messaging/outbound-sms

Add your API key

If you don't already have your Infobip API key in your environment, you can add it to your .env file.


You need to include the prefix App before your API key in your environment, this will ensure that Superface can meet the format required by InfoBip's API. For example, INFOBIP_API_KEY="App <your-infobip-api-key>".

Set up your inputs

In order to send an email correctly, you will need to modify the boilerplate code from the Infobip documentation so it contains a real number that can receive an SMS. From the superface folder, open sms-messaging.outbound-sms.infobip.mjs (or .py if you created Python files) and modify the object in the usecase.perform() function.

from : 'InfoSMS',
to : '+0987654321', // replace with your own number
text : 'Hello, this is an example SMS.'

Test it

To test this use case you can use the execute command. Switch to the superface directory and run:

superface execute infobip sms-messaging/outbound-sms

If everything is successful you should see output similar to the response below:

"messages": [
"messageId": "38916146354362316528",
"smsCount": 1,
"status": {
"description": "Message sent to next instance",
"groupId": 1,
"groupName": "PENDING",
"id": 7,
"to": "0987654321"