Developer Toolkit and Accelerators
What our partners are doing
Sign your documents through a secure and intuitive messaging platform with secure process messaging.
Sybrin has built an on-boarding platform that uses impression to sign documents
Serverless and Scalable
Our core engine capabilities are exposed as microservices that can be consumed by multiple tenants and scaled independently in the geography of choice. Our mature architecture secures nearly 2 million transactions a month whilst providing developers with the confidence of a reliable, predictable service.
We were invited to present our architecture at the AWS Summit in Cape Town - that presentation can be viewed here.
REST Based API
Impression's eSignature and workflow engine can be invoked through several REST based API calls which are documented using swagger at api.impression.cloud
For embedding signature components into your web application, we also make available some APIs that support our web SDK which are also documented using swagger at api.impression.cloud/sdk
For interacting with the Impression Managed PKI and Managed HSM solution we also make available some APIs that support creating/managing users that are able to sign artefacts using advance electronic signatures. This is also documented using swagger at api.impression.cloud/mpki
Adding eSignature components to your web or mobile application is as simple as adding includes for our .js and .css libraries and a single line of code:
<object type="text/html" id="pdfContainer" onload="loadPdfContainer($secure_guid);"></object>
Control and style all the dialogs, the document editor, the application flow and own your experience.
In addition to native fragments and view components for Android, iOS and Windows that can be emdedded into your mobile application, we have also wrapped our technology as a Cordova plugin and a Xamarin shared project.
.NET Core NuGet package
Don't want the hassle of programming the web services into your application? The Impression .Net Core 2.1 NuGet package written in C# easily integrates with your existing .Net application. The library allows you to interact with the Impression eSignature and workflow engines through C# objects. No need to consume the restful service yourself or serialize/deserialize JSON requests/responses.
Get it through the NuGet package manager directly in Visual Studio or here: https://www.nuget.org/packages/ImpressionSignaturesApi