A question I often think about is inspired by you – by the comments we get
on the DocuSign Facebook Page and the conversations we have on Twitter as
@DocuSign. What features of DocuSign’s electronic signature platform are
you interested in?
To that end, I’ve looked at the topics we’ve covered:
DocuSign brings electronic signature to iPad: We focus more on the DocuSign
electronic signature experience on iPad rather than a specific feature. With
cool new mobile devices available, including iPhone 4 and Droid 2, I wanted
to share how we can experience fast, complete and trusted electronic
signature while we’re on the go!
Right after Apple released the iPad, Doug Rybacki, director of product
management for DocuSign, confirmed that DocuSign subscribers can create
DocuSign envelopes on the iPad and it works well for templates and sending
for eSignature with Freeform sign... (more)
DocuSign Web Services Offers Developers Powerful New Tools to Easily
Integrate DocuSign Electronic Signature Services with Leading Cloud
We’re excited about the release of the DocuSign Connect Application
Programming Interface (API) for the DocuSign electronic signature platform.
The new Connect API is designed to increased interoperability with key cloud
platforms like Force.com, Ruby and PHP, allowing developers to easily create
and integrate native applications with the DocuSign electronic signature
platform. Get information about this new API, available now from... (more)
First-Ever eSignature Hackathon Awards $25,000 in Cash Prizes to Innovative
Apps with Integrations on the DocuSign Application Programming Interface
We’re excited to announce the winners of the first-ever ESIGN Hackathon!
Following 35 non-stop hours of heated competition, DocuSign congratulated
grand-prize winner Philippe Furlan who took home $10,000 for developing the
Most Innovative App leveraging the DocuSign API, Sign My Tablet.
Furlan’s app allows electronic signing of petitions, providing increased,
easier and more convenient access for citizens to take part in the
Congratulations and thank you to the winners and participants of the DocuSign
Hackathon! I wanted to do a postmortem and share some of my observations.
Let’s examine the characteristics of the successful teams.
Do Your Homework – Download the DocuSign
https://github.com/docusign/DocuSign-eSignature-SDK It contains full
examples in Ruby, .NET, PHP, Java, and Salesforce Apex. If you try to build
the examples and get errors, head on over to the DocuSign Community to see if
anyone else experienced the same problem. If not, you post about your issue
and another community member or ... (more)
Last week, the DocuSign DevCenter flew out to Broomfield, Colorado to attend
our first ever Glue Con! Glue is a developer conference that focuses on all
the bits and pieces that hold the web together – APIs, hosting, metadata,
standards, connectors and more. DocuSign fits that description perfectly by
offering an API that lets applications go truly paperless and leverage the
leading electronic signature platform. Excitedly, Mike Borozdin prepared his
talk and I, along with the rest of the team, prepared our table to sit
alongside some other great companies.
Wednesday offered ... (more)