Week In Review: Developer Community - January 30, 2017

Haris Haidary, February 8, 2017
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Let's take a quick look at what happened for the past week in the Developer Community.

Upload a Document through Multipart/form-data

One of the most basic REST calls you can make to eSignLive's API is upload a PDF document through multipart/form-data after creating your package. From the link below, you can find a downloadable PDF guide, which shows you how to upload a document through multipart/form-data using Postman. It is a tool that is useful for development and testing of RESTful APIs. Postman makes it easy to test, develop and document APIs by allowing users to quickly put together both simple and complex HTTP requests. Link to Post

Update Signer's Email Address

Say you've made a mistake and sent documents for signing to the wrong email address, you don't need to start over and create a new transaction. With eSignLive, you can update the signer's email address yourself through integration (sample code included in the link below) or you can allow your signer(s) to reassign someone else to sign in their stead. Link to Post

REST API Quick Start Guides

If you are new to eSignLive and are looking to create an application using our REST API, the best place to start are our quick start guides. These step-by-step guides will walk you through the basics of using eSignLive with the API, such as creating/sending your first package or checking the status of a package and downloading documents. Once you're familiar with eSignLive's API, you can go through some sample web applications, which you can download from the link below. Link to Post [promotion id="15582"] If you have questions regarding this blog or anything else concerning integrating eSignLive into your application, visit the developer community forums: developer.esignlive.com. That's it from me. Thank you for reading! If you found this post helpful, please share it on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.

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