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Use Java SDK for GroupDocs.Signature Cloud to get started with our e-signature API. It is a wrapper around GroupDocs.Signature REST APIs, that allows you to work with GroupDocs.Signature Cloud in Java quickly and easily, gaining all benefits of strong types and IDE highlights. The distribution is available at GitHub. The repository includes working examples, to get you started in no time.
An overview of the features supported by GroupDocs.Signature Cloud.
GroupDocs.Signature Cloud supports electronically signing a number of document formats.
Supported Operating Systems and Frameworks
SignApiusing instance of
SignDigitalOptionsand set options for signatures.
FileInfoand set path to input file.
SignSettingswith instances of
SignApi.createSignaturesto digitally sign your document.
Check our Cloud SDKs for Java at GitHub if you are looking for the source code to parse files in the Cloud.
You can try GroupDocs.Signature Low-Code Java APIs without any limitations.
GroupDocs.Signature Cloud is also available as Docker image which can be used to self-host the service. Or you may build your own services using GroupDocs.Signature High-code APIs which currently drive both our Free Apps and REST APIs.
It is easy to get started with GroupDocs.Signature Cloud as there is nothing to install. Simply create an account at GroupDocs Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & key, you are ready to give the GroupDocs.Signature Cloud REST API a try with any language - on any platform. To help the developers to speed up the development of their projects, we have built SDK for Java, which helps them to integrate the e-signing REST API in their Java apps without worrying about the low-level details of handling the HTTP requests and responses.
Our e-Signature RESTful API supports the following signature types:
Using the GroupDocs.Signature Cloud SDK for Java, the following operations supported by the API with documents can be carried out:
The GroupDocs.Storage Cloud SDK for Java as well as the actual API are secured and require authentication. Users need to register at GroupDocs Cloud and get their app access key ID and app secret access key. Authenticated requests require a signature and AppSID query parameters or OAuth 2.0 authorization header.
GroupDocs.Signature Cloud SDK is 100% tested and out of the box running. The SDK is open source and has an MIT license. It is highly flexible, so you can use it, and even customize it to suit your needs for absolutely free of charge.