The official DocuSign .NET library integrates electronic signature into applications and websites. It's available through NuGet, a central package repository for Microsoft development. This project contains pre-requisites, which consist on a DocuSign developer account to obtain a key and a quick start guide, that explains how to add the DocuSign .NET client, how to authenticate with DocuSign, and how to create a DocuSign envelope. The link, Examples.cs, provide code samples for this project.
Earlier this month, ProgrammableWeb reported that WSO2 had launched the WSO2 App Factory, a brand new cloud-enabled enterprise DevOps platform that allows project teams to collaborate on the creation, deployment and management of enterprise applications. WSO2 has just announced the launch of another brand new platform; the WSO2 User Engagement Server (UES), a platform that allows developers and enterprise professionals to create customized dashboards, microsites and gadgets with enterprise data and 3rd party data sources which makes it possible to convert volumes of data into valuable business insights and to create engaging user experiences.
DocuSign recently took another step in its Agreement Cloud Vision with its recent release of the Organization Admin API. The second API release in a matter of weeks, the Organization Admin API allows users to easily manage all DocuSign accounts and users through a single API.
As much as mobile backend-as-a-service (BaaS) platforms free up developers from having to worry about the infrastructure that support their applications, they do generally come with a downside; most of them lock the developer into a particular cloud platform. With that issue in mind, FeedHenry created a namesake BaaS platform that took advantage of Node.js to create a BaaS platform that developers could deploy and ultimately move to any cloud platform of their choice.