Acrobat Sign JavaScript SDK

The Acrobat Sign SDK supports integrating the Acrobat Sign RESTful web service into client applications via easy-to-consume client side objects wrapping the REST API functionality. This repository contains Acrobat Sign’s JavaScript SDK and samples for these APIs.

This SDK is automatically generated by the [Swagger Codegen]( project:

  • API version: 6.0.0

  • Package version: 6.0.0

  • Build package: io.swagger.codegen.languages.JavascriptClientCodegen




To publish the library as a [npm](, please follow the procedure in [“Publishing npm packages”](

Then install it via:

npm install swagger-js-client --save

Local development

To use the library locally without publishing to a remote npm registry, first install the dependencies by changing into the directory containing package.json (and this README). Let’s call this JAVASCRIPT_CLIENT_DIR. Then run:

npm install

Next, [link]( it globally in npm with the following, also from JAVASCRIPT_CLIENT_DIR:

npm link

Finally, switch to the directory you want to use your swagger-js-client from, and run:

npm link /path/to/<JAVASCRIPT_CLIENT_DIR>

You should now be able to require('swagger-js-client') in javascript files from the directory you ran the last command above from.


If the library is hosted at a git repository, for example, at, then install it via:

npm install GIT_USER_ID/GIT_REPO_ID --save

For browser

The library also works in the browser environment via npm and browserify. After following the above steps with Node.js and installing browserify with npm install -g browserify, perform the following (assuming main.js is your entry file, that’s to say your javascript file where you actually use this library):

browserify main.js > bundle.js

Then include bundle.js in the HTML pages.

Webpack Configuration

Using Webpack you may encounter the following error: “Module not found: Error: Cannot resolve module”, most certainly you should disable AMD loader. Add/merge the following section to your webpack config:

module: {
rules: [
    parser: {
        amd: false

Getting Started

Follow the installation instructions and execute the following JS code:

var SwaggerJsClient = require('swagger-js-client');
var api = new SwaggerJsClient.WorkflowsApi()
var authorization = "authorization_example"; // {String} An OAuth Access Token with scopes: 'workflow_read' in the format 'Bearer {accessToken}'.

var opts = {
'xApiUser': "xApiUser_example", // {String} The userId or email of API caller using the account or group token in the format userid:{userId} OR email:{email}. If it is not specified, then the caller is inferred from the token.
'includeDraftWorkflows': true, // {Boolean} Include draft workflows
'includeInactiveWorkflows': true, // {Boolean} Include inactive workflows
'groupId': "groupId_example" // {String} The group identifier for which the workflows will be fetched
api.getWorkflows(authorization, opts).then(function(data) {
console.log('API called successfully. Returned data: ' + data);
}, function(error) {


It’s recommended to create an instance of ApiClient per thread and per user (with baseUris fetched for user) in a multithreaded environment to avoid any potential issues.

JS SDK docs and downloads

Reporting issues

Please report issues on the Acrobat Sign Developer Forum.