The Secured Signing Partner API integrates electronic signature into applications. It is available with OAuth2 authentication and API Key to send requests in HTTP and receive responses in JSON. Developers can use the API to implement signature into paperless documents without installing an application.
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The Secured Signing Java SDK by Secured Signing interacts with the API to access digital signature technology. With the code available, developers can initialize eSignature projects. Development page at https://www.securedsigning.com/developer/api-documentation
The Secured Signing .NET SDK by Secured Signing interacts with the API to access electronic signature features. It provides personalized X509 digital signature technology, increasing customization alternatives for users.