signNow Node.JS SDK version 1.2.0 has been released

We’re proud to announce the release of signNow Node.js SDK version 1.2.0. This library will be a huge contribution to all developers using signNow API. Check out the new features and improvements:

Release Notes

  • No more limits to PDFs only, upload and work with any documents you have: added support of .odt, .rtf, .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .bmp, .xml, .xls, .xlsx, .ppt, .pptx file formats;
  • The API Reference for the API Client has been generated and deployed. Feel free to test the event subscriptions and signature invites; find all you need to know about user methods, oauth2 methods and grant types available in SignNow, and answers to the FAQ about the document methods;
  • Example of the Creating Field Invite feature has been added to README: copy and test it with your values to check out a simple e-Signature request for one signer;
  • Test the following use cases faster from the command line using Applets: Create user, Request token, Create document, Update Document, Creation of Field Invite, and Creation of Freeform Invite;
  • Contributors, thank you so much for engaging with the project! We’re grateful for every submit and decided to facilitate this process with the ESLint code linter. Hope this helps to flag any discrepancies faster. We’ve also added ESDoc so you could automatically generate documentation for any suggested improvements;
  • Updates and new contact information posted to README;
  • Code refactoring; fixed the problems related to Content-Length header in the request.