We use Sinatra at Signature.io. We couldn’t find an asset packager we were happy with so we built our own.
It’s called SinatraAssetPackager. Like the title says, it’s an asset packager for Sinatra. There are 3 other popular ones - smart_asset, sinatra-assetpack, and sinatra-asset-pipeline. All of these had drawbacks though. They were either tricky to get setup, would compile slowly while on production, or were trying to do too much.
SinatraAssetPackager is opinionated and quick to get setup. Plus it will precompile your assets automatically for production if using with heroku.
Check it out for yourself. https://github.com/scottmotte/sinatra_asset_packager
LegalBeast won the Signature.io prize at Riverside’s 1st Startup Weekend! They created a startup that assists renters in getting their deposits back from landlords by submitting legal documents such as demand letters.
To collect the necessary signatures they turned to the Signature.io API, and for that they won a grab bag of goodies and $100 in cash. We wish them the best as they continue to build their startup!
Watch their pitch to the judges here.
You can now track events with Signature.io’s API at /api/v0/events.json. Events are our way of letting you know that something interesting just happened in your account.
For example, you can track all your documents signed by querying specifically for the document.signed event.
Here’s a list of some of the events you can currently track:
Visit the docs to learn more.
We’ve refreshed the dashboard. It’s visual. It’s mobile friendly. We’ll build on this base. Visit your dashboard.
You can now embed multiple signature pads on a single page. You requested it and we delivered it.
And as always the Signature Pad.js is a simple embed tag. Visit the docs to learn more.