The Crocodoc API lets developers integrate the document viewer and markup tools within their web application. Crocodoc takes PDFs, Word documents, and PowerPoint presentations, and lets users view and mark them up online. Documents can be shared with others, who can collaboratively highlight or strikeout text, add notes and comments, and make revisions. All files are stored securely on our servers, and can be password protected and encrypted for maximum security. The API uses RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in JSON.
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The Crocodoc PHP Sample Code by Crocodoc presents how to integrate documents into applications, allowing to view and delete documents. Crocodoc is now part of Box, even though the documentation is still available as a reference point.
The Crocodoc Python Sample Code by Crocodoc presents developers how to integrate documents into applications, enabling viewing and deleting from an application. Now Crocodoc has merged with Box. Developers can consult the code as a reference material.
The Crocodoc Ruby Sample Code by Crocodoc demonstrates how to access the API to implement documents features. With the code, users can upload a file, check file status, delete files, and create a session key. Crocodoc is transitioning to Box. Use the code as a reference.