I want to add this signature to a custom C# asp.net application I am building for a client.
Can this jSignature create an image to disk after the user has signed on it?
Please advise as I need the Signature Image to be added to another HTML webpage that will convert to an PDF.
Yes, the image is provided as a base 64 format in PNG by default, you can save it without problem and includes it into your PDF. Here the code in C# for having your image binary from the signature field :
var YourPNGImage = System.Convert.FromBase64String(YourSignatureFieldValue);
TBTony BartlettLicense holderDeveloper License Purchased on Aug 3, 20143 years ago
Hi, JSignature doesn't work when browser has been resized and scroll down to different position and then the canvas doesn't allow me to draw anything until I scroll back the original position in Firefox 31 and IE11, but it seems to be fine in Chrome. This issue can be replicated in the DEMO page. Any help?
I am a bit naive at this so I hope you will bear with me. I have a requirement to place a "live" signature on a pdf document as proof of work completed. I saw the "demo" of JSgnature and think this may be able to be used. Can it be used for this purpose and is it difficult to set up?
JSignature will provide you a PNG or JPG image of the signature encoded in base 64, you just have to decode it and insert it using your favorite PDF library.
Note that decoding a base 64 content is supported by most language and this is similar for inserting an image in a PDF which is a common usage and so you shouldn't have problems for that.