e-SignLive provides a comprehensive set of electronic signature methods that clients can use to secure their online operations and interactions with third parties. Their services can be used to secure and maintain a web portal, allowing users to sign in anywhere from any web-enabled device without installing software. Log files and watermarks help to secure other digital assets such as digital contracts or documents.
e-SignLive offers a web service API via REST that allows for third party integration of their electronic signature and security capabilities. A variety of file types can be secured using their API, including .DOC and .PDF, which can be accessed and verified using variety of sign-in methods. At a minimum, the API is secured with a username and password, though other forms of authentication are available based on user needs.
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The e-SignLive iOS SDK by Silanis allows API communication to implement electronic signature features into mobile applications. Documentation offers server-side software and client-side software options in addition to users' instructions.
The e-SignLive .NET SDK by Silanis permits API communication to implement electronic signature features into web services, aiming to facilitate document approval in business environments. Resources include documentation, system requirements, and GitHub examples. Guides explain how to create and send a document to sign & how to check status and download the document.
The e-SignLive Java SDK by Silanis allows API communication to integrate electronic signature features into business applications. With the SDK, developers can sign documents via web service. Includes documentation, JavaDoc, and GitHub examples.