DocuSign is a quick and secure method to sign documents and agreements electronically from virtually any device, anywhere in the world. Using DocuSign is so simple that you’ll never go back to paper, whether you’re signing a school permission form or a contract for your kitchen makeover.
Create A Developer Account:
As a developer, we create a free developer account on DocuSign. You can create an account by clicking this URL.
Add App And Integration Key:
Step 1: Login into your developer account and click on the My Apps & Keys.
You can find the User ID, API Account ID, and Account Base URI.
Step 2: Click on the Add App And Integration Key and create the new application.
After creating the app you can find Integration Key, Add Secret Key, and Generate RSA
Step 3: Create the Private.key file.
Create the Private.Key file in your system and copy-paste the Private key.
Now you successfully created the application. If you are embedding this application in your project then you also need to allow access to DocuSign.
Allow Access For Use The Information:
Step 1: Again go to the My Apps And Keys and edit the created application.
Step 2: Add the Redirect URIs (https://client.example.com/callback) and save the changes.
Step 3: Create the URL for navigating to Allow access page.
Here is the dummy Url:
Step 4: Navigate to the generated Url and give them access.
Verify that access is successfully given or not to your application. So, go to the Manage Profile section.
Click on the Connected Apps tab and verify whether your application name appears or not. If appear then you successfully give the access.
Now, you successfully created the application on DocuSign. After following this flow you will get all the necessary keys and data for embedding the DocuSign in your application.
You can also find the new application in ASP.Net Core from the scratch by clicking here.