Introducing the NEW e-SignLive Developer Community
I am proud to announce that the new e-SignLive Developer Community is now live! It was officially announced at the e-SignLive User Conference, in D.C., but I thought I would take to the blog to also announce it. Since starting in May, this has been a top priority of mine. There are many items out there that will help you get started with e-SignLive.
For starters, the Getting Started page will take you through what e-SignLive is, how to get a Sandbox account, and pointers to several guides to help you get started with the e-SignLive flavor of your choosing (UI, REST, Java, or C#). You'll also find links to many of the resources available, including: GitHub examples, SDK downloads, documentation, events, and more.
The biggest thing that the developer community brings to the table is the Forums section. Here, you will find several forums in categories like, "Using e-SignLive", and "Integrating e-SignLive". Each of those is broken down into a more specific pot, like "Java SDK", "Web (UI)", etc., to make finding the right place to search/ask questions much more intuitive. Anyone with an account can post a question or an answer to another member's post, and I definitely welcome you to do so! And the best part is, the forums are available to take questions 24/7.
I should also note that this is only "Phase 1". Over the next 6-12 months, there will be many more additions to the site, including a comprehensive guides section, a code share area, and more. Head on over and ask a question, today.
– Michael Williams