Introducing All-New GroupDocs.Signature for Java API
We are back with a major update for our customers who are using the eSign API - GroupDocs.Signature for Java. We have performed major product optimization and revamped the architecture which has made the API more memory efficient and easy to use. We have also added the support of a couple of new file formats. Let’s have an overview of this amazing release and check out what you would get after upgrading to API v2.
Introducing a More Optimized and Simplified Electronic Signature API
Why change is considered as a hard but yet good thing to occur? Why the updates are important? This is because if there is no change there is no progress and staying the same over the time makes the things die. The updates in the software components are also similar when a new version of the same software replaces the old one. A software that remains the same and doesn’t introduce any improvements or new features becomes obsolete.
Sign Documents with Encrypted Custom Objects
Hello guys! It’s been a while since my last post about GroupDocs.Signature for Java. So, our Java community might have been waiting for something new regarding our e-signature API. Well, we have recently released version 19.7 of GroupDocs.Signature for Java and today, I shall give you an overview of something interesting that we have introduced in our latest release.
In the last couple of months, we introduced a quite valuable feature in the .
Embed Custom Objects in Metadata Signature for Images
Yes, GroupDocs.Signature for .NET now supports embedding custom objects as metadata signature in the images. So you can now sign the images with your desired metadata properties. We have introduced this feature in version 19.6 by adding a new public method AddSignature to the ImageMetadataSignOptions class. Not only this, but you can also apply the data encryption to the custom objects. So let’s check out how easy it is to sign an image with custom metadata signature.
Use Custom Objects as Metadata Signature in Word Processing, Presentation, and Spreadsheet Documents
Guys! We have recently released version 19.5 of GroupDocs.Signature for .NET with some extended features, a few bug fixes, and improvements. So in this post, I am going to give you a brief overview of the new features that we have introduced in the latest release. Furthermore, I shall also list the issues that are fixed as well as the improvements that we have made in v19.5.
First of all, let’s checkout what new the latest release has brought for you.
GroupDocs.Signature for Java 19.5 Supports Rounded Corners for Stamp Signature
Many people use stamps as part of their documents to mark them as approved or completed. For example, when a document is to be signed by the concerned person at a company, he puts his signature as well as stamps the document as a proof that the document is signed by the authorized person. In other words, the stamps are used to seal the document that is being exchanged among multiple persons/parties.
Define and Use Custom Objects for PDF Metadata Signature
Metadata signature is a convenient way to sign documents using metadata properties. In GroupDocs.Signature for .NET 18.9, we introduced the feature of signing the PDF documents using various metadata properties including:
Author CreateDate MetadataDate CreatorTool ModifyDate Producer Entry Keywords Title Subject Description Creator You can set all or some of the above-mentioned properties while signing the documents. Since these are the built-in properties, you can only add/update their value.
Introducing Form-Field Signatures for PDF Documents in GroupDocs.Signature for Java 19.1
We are pleased to announce a major release of GroupDocs.Signature for Java containing 13 new features, 5 improvements, and 2 bug fixes. In this release, we have introduced Metadata Signature for word-processing, presentation and spreadsheet documents. Furthermore, a new signature type, Form-Field Signature, is implemented for signing PDF documents. Please have a look at the release notes for more details on the new features and changes introduced in version 19.1.
Integration of Efficient Online Signature App with Multiple Platforms
Attention to all who still follow the traditional signing process! Now it’s high time to change to online signature process as it saves your time and effort. In addition, it’s a tribute to your ecosystem by going completely green via a paperless office. To speed up this process, GroupDocs has introduced its powerful online signature add-on for multiple platforms. By installing this online signature service add-on, you can embed documents as digital forms and then collect signatures online from within your webpages.
Working with Groupdocs Signature API from Ruby
Today we will find out how to use GroupDocs’ Ruby SDK. We will create a GroupDocs Signature envelope sample with the Sinatra framework. GroupDocs Signature envelopes are used to prepare documents for digital signature and managing the signature process.
Setting UpFirst, create the application folders structure: your_app/public – for CSS files. your_app/samples – for sample files. your_app/views – for view files, we will use Haml for these. Also we need to create a Gemfile in our project’s root directory with the following content: https://gist.