Get to know the Apex Toolkit

Apex course

When you’re integrating DocuSign eSignature into your Salesforce organization, there’s a lot you can do out of the box with our managed packages, whether you’re using DocuSign eSignature for Salesforce or DocuSign eSignature for Salesforce Essentials. But even when your needs become custom enough that you need to start writing Apex code, DocuSign has you covered there, too, with the Apex Toolkit: a set of Apex classes that do a lot of the heavy lifting for you in communicating with the DocuSign eSignature API. 

If you’ve been interested in the Apex Toolkit but you’re unsure where to start, or if you’ve got a pressing need but the work of coming up to speed on syntax and code structure has felt too overwhelming, help has arrived in the form of a new course from DocuSign University. Build DocuSign eSignature Solutions with the Apex Toolkit is a one-day, instructor-led course delivered online that walks you through building code using the Apex Toolkit to implement common eSignature integrations in Salesforce. At the end of the day, you’ll have written and deployed code to implement embedded signing, to automate remote signing using Flow Builder, and to unit test your Apex classes. You’ll learn how to structure Apex calls from a  Lightning Web Component, and you’ll build and deploy everything using modern SFDX tools including Visual Studio Code with Salesforce Extensions. And best of all, you’ll have a live instructor from DocuSign University walking you through it every step of the way and available to answer any questions that come up as well as troubleshoot the finer points of Apex development and Salesforce deployment of a DocuSign eSignature API solution.

Completing the course will also earn you a shiny new digital badge to attest to your chops as a DocuSign + Salesforce Apex Toolkit Developer!


Not sure what all the hype is about, or whether the Apex Toolkit is right for you? Head over to the DocuSign University Developer Portal to check out the DocuSign eSignature for Salesforce Essentials: Apex Toolkit self-paced course for a brief overview. 

Can’t wait to enroll? The course is live now in our course catalog. 

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Sasha Vodnik
Sasha Vodnik
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