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Native iOS Offline Templates SDK Released

At DocuSign, we’re committed to helping our customers and developers be as productive as possible. We’re continuously enhancing our products and making more features available. We listen to our customers and strive to alleviate their…
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DocuSign Developer Newsletter: An Exciting Year in Review

In September 2016, we published our very first DocuSign developer newsletter. One year later, we’re excited to recap the amazing progress we’ve made with our Developer Center, tools, SDKs, recipes, and especially our spotlight developers….
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LoanCo Sample App Now Available in C#

LoanCo is a sample loan app for a fictitious company that shows some common ways an application might interact with the DocuSign eSignature API. It shows three separate examples, each increasing in features and functionality:…
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New DocuSign Payments API Recipe Released

DocuSign Payments was released in February to enable users to collect payments and signatures in one step. You can also incorporate Payments into your API apps to completely automate the process and build it into…
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DeveloperWeek NY 2017 Recap

As readers of the DocuSign developer blog know by now, we are committed to supporting the developer community by participating in conferences, events, and hackathons. We were a proud sponsor of DeveloperWeek NY 2017 in…
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DocuSign Momentum Hackathon Benefits Techbridge Girls

DocuSign’s annual conference, called Momentum, took place from May 3-4, 2017 in San Francisco. Not only did DocuSign engineers, plus esteemed customers and partners present in more than 30 sessions on a variety of topics,…
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Uniting Tech Giants | DocuSign for Atlassian

An interview with Steven Kling, Principal of Product Development at Praecipio Consulting With DocuSign Momentum fast approaching, we sat down with Steven Kling, Principal of Product Development at Praecipio Consulting – makers of DocuSign for…
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