3. Component Requirements, Constraints, and Acceptance Criteria
This component will implement all specified Amazon SES web-based actions (See references -> Amazon Simple Email Services API Documentation).
This component will use Amazon's Version 3 Authentication
This component will not save any external data.
This component will use SimpleXMLElement to read Amazon's response messages.
This component will allow subclassing
This component will extend Zend_Service_Amazon_Abstract
This component will make http requests using Zend_Http_Client
This component will validate any supplied http uri with the Zend_Uri_Http::valid() method
4. Dependencies on Other Framework Components
5. Theory of Operation
Zend_Service_Amazon_Ses would map the actions outlined Amazon's SES API documentation as class methods (See below use cases). Using the component is performed by instantiating a new Zend_Service_Amazon_Ses object. Being this component extends from Zend_Service_Amazon_Abstract AWS credentials are supplied either as static defaults, or at the time of instantiation through constructor arguments.
6. Milestones / Tasks
Milestone 1: Write a working prototype "[DONE]"
Milestone 2: Finalize Revisions based on community input
Milestone 3: Port code to Zend Framework 2.0
Milestone 4: Working prototype checked into the incubator when requirements are met.
Milestone 5: Unit tests exist, work, and are checked into SVN.
Milestone 6: Initial documentation exists.
7. Class Index
8. Use Cases
UC-01 Statically Supplying AWS Credentials
UC-02 Supplying AWS Credentials During Instantiation
UC-03 Verify an Email Address
UC-04 Deleting a Verified Email
UC-05 Sending an Email with the SendRawEmail action