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.
Online Signature Plugin from GroupDocs Now Available for Google Chrome
Google Chrome users have a reason to get excited. We’ve announced the launch of the GroupDocs Signature plugin for Chrome. This online signature plugin lets you share documents from your Gmail account and collect signatures online. Open the document, upload the signature and send it via email. It takes only seconds to sign documents. Compatibility with popular file-formats is an important feature of the application. GroupDocs Signature is an online signature app that supports signing and sending business documents through a web-browser.
How to Streamline Your Document Signing Using Online Signature?
A steady document signing process is the back bone of any contract-oriented organization. Conventional signing process leaves you with piles of signed documents, difficult to handle and archive. Also, the documents are passed around different departments, either getting lost or eating up too much time delaying the signing process. Online signature is the answer to all these concerns.
Save your time and effort with GroupDocs’ online signatureSay good bye to lost signed documents and tons of paper piling up in your office!
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.