The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core Signature component enables end-users to draw and place a signature using a mouse or a hand gesture on touch devices. The Signature component can be used as part of a standalone signature application, a web form or in combination with the Telerik Document Processing library for adding a handwritten signature to PDF files. The key features end-users can take advantage of to customize their signatures and adapt it to their needs include different input options, stroke size and color, background configuration (with SVG support) and built-in save as image option.
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core Signature component provides multiple features for a holistic signature experience. It allows users to:
The ASP.NET Core Signature offers different input options, including drawing or uploading a signature from existing image. Users can conveniently choose between these options based on the use case requirements and preferred way of signing.
The Draw Signature scenario includes several configuration options such as stroke size, width and color as well as the ability to select/change the background color. The rich API of the UI for ASP.NET Core Signature component includes methods for toggling read-only state, enabling/disabling the Signature, clearing its value and opening a popup form for drawing a signature.
Improve collaboration and speed up administrative processes by enabling end-users to effortlessly create and save their handwritten signature within PDF files. Thanks to the capabilities provided by the Telerik Document Processing library, you can extract the PDF file within a memory file and then re-apply the Signature bytes to create a new PDF document.
Combined with the power of the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core PDF Viewer component, the signed document can be conveniently displayed to the user, including the option to download the newly signed PDF file. This is useful when signing documents such as certificates, application forms, etc.
The ASP.NET Core Signature component supports 20+ built-in themes, including the four most popular—Default (our own Telerik-infused styling), Material (based on the Material Design guidelines), Bootstrap and Fluent. You can also easily customize any of the ready-to-use themes with a few lines of CSS or create a new one to match your branding needs by using the Telerik SASS ThemeBuilder application, now also available as a ThemeBuilder Pro version.