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Building Single-Page Applications with DocuSign and CORS: Part 2

This is the second part of a multi-part series on building Single-Page Applications (SPAs) that integrate with the DocuSign Signature REST API via the CORS standard. Part 1 discussed the benefits of SPAs and why…
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What’s in store for developers at Momentum 2018

DocuSign’s annual customer conference, Momentum, has a lot of great content for developers. Whether you are just starting out with the DocuSign eSignature API or have a lot of experience with it, I believe you…
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Microsoft Build 2018 Demo: Using the DocuSign C# SDK to integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio, Azure, and SharePoint

During the Microsoft Build 2018 conference, I presented to an audience of 70+ developers, along with my colleague Mihaela Cristina Cris, on how to integrate the DocuSign eSignature API into the Microsoft technology stack. We…
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Microsoft Build 2018 Recap

This year DocuSign was proud to be a Gold Sponsor at Microsoft Build, held in Seattle from May 7 – 9, 2018. Microsoft Build is Microsoft’s annual conference geared toward software developers, and as you…
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June: End of life for TLS 1.0 Apps and Connect Listeners

Does your DocuSign API integration or Connect listener use TLS 1.0? If so, then you must update it by June 25, 2018 or it will stop working with DocuSign. Background The bedrock of internet security…
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Connect Certificate Renewals are Here!

Does your Connect or eventNotification application use the Connect X.509 certificates to confirm that the notification messages were sent by DocuSign? If so, your application must be updated to use the renewed certificates by May…
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Calling the Docusign API from a Cloudflare App

By Connor Peshek, Developer Relations, Cloudflare All businesses use paper forms for a variety of reasons. This ranges from NDAs, to job offers, contracts, employment agreements, and everywhere in between. Much of that paperwork requires…
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