E-signatures have gone from curiosity to core business tool. They’ve also gone from on-premise server to the cloud, and from isolated application to embeddable API. Indeed, e-signature tools have a lot to offer most any organization, but companies must take care to choose the best tool for the job (or jobs) at hand. A recent evaluation by ProgrammableWeb shows that among the many e-signature options available today, one stands out clearly from the rest: DocuSign.
Adobe APIs (11)
Fotolia Print on Demand
||The Fotolia Print on Demand API allows to integrate image library features into ready to print applications. Requests and responses can be sent and received in JSON and REST formats. Developers can...||Photos||09.25.2015|
||The Fotolia Intranet API allows to access data to search, filter, organize, and download images. Requests and responses are available in REST and JSON formats. Developers can access with API Key. The...||Photos||09.25.2015|
Adobe Marketing Cloud
||Adobe Marketing Cloud is a comprehensive, integrated marketing solution composed of services such as Adobe Analytics, Adobe Target, Adobe Social, Adobe Experience Manager, and Adobe Media Optimizer....||Advertising||11.05.2013|
Adobe PhoneGap Build
||Adobe PhoneGap is a standards-based, open-source development framework for building cross-platform mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, webOS, Symbian, BlackBerry, and other systems. Users...||Application Development||10.02.2012|
Adobe Project Adthenticate
||Adobe Project Adthenticate is a hosted service for ad validation and optimization that enables publishers and agencies to test and certify ads against a repository of specifications. Adthenticate...||Advertising||06.21.2012|
Adobe has announced that new e-sign capabilities and APIs will soon be added to the Adobe Document Cloud platform. Adobe has also announced a partnership with Dropbox.
The goal of HeyZap is to be the "YouTube of casual gaming" by giving site publishers a way to embed more than 6000 casual Flash games into their sites with a single embed code. Their business model (more detail from TechCrunch) is to collect revenue from ads within the games using the MochiAds ad platform and share some of that with developers. The publishers using the code don't get revenue, but get increased traffic to their sites.