In-person allows a Meeting Host to log into SigningHub and let a Signer without a SigningHub account sign a document.
In this example, a document workflow will be setup for signing by the Meeting Host and another signer.
Tight integration allows developers to embed SigningHub functionality directly into their own business applications.
This example code will illustrate how to accomplish tight integration into a third-party application.
The SigningHub Workflow Evidence Report is a report with forensic evidence of the events that happened during a signing workflow.
This report can be retrieve programmatically from SigningHub after the signing workflow has been completed.
This example code will explain the download request via the SigningHub API.
SigningHub can send a particular workflow's history / audit trail to a third-party through an API call.
This example code will show a developer how to retrieve the workflow history in an XML format.
To protect confidentiality, extra authentication can be configured to protect access to a document.
In this example, OTP protection will be added to the document. The Signer will first have to enter an OTP before they can view the document in SigningHub.
The sample code in this article will demonstrate how to configure a workflow in SigningHub that will allow multiple signers to sign the document.
The process is fully automated and both documents are signed programmatically using the Sign request of the SigningHub API.
This sample code will demonstrate how to sign a document using the sign request of the SigningHub API.
Templates makes it easy to sign documents that you sign regularly, for example, claim forms, attendance forms, leave applications, etc.
This sample code will show a developer to quickly automate a workflow with a template using the SigningHub API.
This sample code illustrates how to create a simple digital signing workflow on SigningHub using the SigningHub api to automate the process.