The DocuSign Objective-C SDK by DocuSign allows developers to integrate the DocuSign API's functions for sending, signing, and approving documents into their Objective-C applications. This SDK requires Xcode 6.2 or later.
The business networking site LinkedIn has now launched a new application platform they call InApps. It's an OpenSocial-based platform that enables third-party developers to create applications that get embedded into LinkedIn user's profiles. While this follows along the model used of Facebook, MySpace and host of other social platforms, it differs in its emphasis on being business centric in nature and, like the service itself, follows a much more controlled and button-downed approach. And like the LinkedIn API that we reported on last year, access is limited based on an approval process.
The line between what constitutes a platform versus an application is getting more blurry with each passing day. Applications are increasingly coming complete with SDKs that provide developers with access to APIs through which they can extend the application. Case in point is Decisyon, which recently launched a Decisyon 360 collaborative decision making (CDM) environment that makes extensive use of RESTful APIs and Web Services that are exposed via an SDK.
HelloSign, an eSignature solution, announced today a completely revamped eSigning experience, hoping to make it easier to electronically sign documents from anywhere on any device. The new eSignature signing experience offers features like progress tracking during document signing.