Webcast: Adding E-Signatures to Your Java-based Web Application

Michael Williams,

Adding electronic signatures to your Java-based web application with eSignLive is easy – and it will enable your app user to sign any document, anytime, anywhere, on any device!

Electronic signatures continue to gain popularity and traction worldwide and that trend doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. No matter the reason for considering e-Signatures, be it the popular "wish to go paperless", the ability to have more of an insight into your workflow, reaching more of the generation X and Y folks that want to be able to do EVERYTHING from our phones, or something else entirely, e-Signatures are a great addition to your Java-based application.

How to Add E-Signatures to Your Java-based Web Application
Webcast: Thursday, March 31 @ 2:00 pm EDT

On Thursday, March 31 @ 2:00 pm EDT, you can learn how to get started when Java World joins Rahim Kaba, Director of Product Marketing @ eSignLive, and I, eSignLive Evangelism and Community Manager, for a one-hour, complimentary webcast. We will explore how to add e-Signatures to your Java-based web application using the eSignLive Java SDK or REST API, including a live coding demo as well as a Java-based application demo.

In addition to the live demos, the webcast will cover:

  • The value of e-signatures
  • Common integration use cases
  • How to assess your system readiness
  • Java components and how to create your first prototype
  • A guided tour of the eSignLive Developer Community

Reserve your spot today!

If you have any questions or would like to get started with a free, fully-featured sandbox account, visit the eSignLive Developer Community. In addition to sandbox access, you will find developer forums, quick start guides, code share examples, SDK downloads, documentation and more.

– Michael Williams

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