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Developing with DocuSign: Application Authentication

I’ve started a new screencast series, “Developing with DocuSign.” Please see below for the first episode and let me know what you think in the comments. In the first episode, I’ve included a full demo…
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DocuSign Connect Now Includes Basic Authentication Support

Available now for the DocuSign Developer Sandbox and production systems, the Connect notification service has been updated to support the Basic Authentication scheme with customers’ Connect servers (listeners). When the optional feature is activated by…
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Building Single-Page Applications with DocuSign and CORS: Part 1

This is the first part of a multipart series on building Single-Page Apps that integrate with the DocuSign Signature REST API. Check back for part 2! “I feel the need, the need for speed!” Your…
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Using the OAuth JWT Flow – New Recipe Available

Broadly speaking, apps integrated with DocuSign come in two flavors: User Applications run in the foreground. The app’s user logs in and initiates activities. To integrate with DocuSign, the application asks the user to login…
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Using Connect’s New Send Individual Messages Feature

The Connect feature is a DocuSign platform web service. It enables your applications’ web server (your “listener”) to receive notifications about DocuSign envelope and envelope recipient events shortly after they occur. E.g., an envelope has…
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Configuring an F5 Load Balancer for Mutual TLS

In a previous post, Mutual TLS: Stuff you should know, I discussed Mutual TLS and how it enables your Connect (or eventNotification) listener to authenticate the HTTPS client (the DocuSign platform). Connect webhook listeners should always…
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Configuring NGINX for Mutual TLS

NGINX (pronounced “engine-x”) is a popular webserver with a focus on speed and performance. The server is open source, and the NGINX company provides optional paid support for commercial customers. A Disclaimer Do not rely…
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