The new signature control further bolsters security, by enabling you to take a signature during a presentation.
The user simply signs in the box using a digital pen, or with their finger. A PDF containing the signature and relevant agreement can then be emailed to the user and your company’s reporting system.
If you wish, you can even make access to your content conditional on receiving a signature. In the below example, the user cannot access the app until they have signed to indicate acceptance of the displayed conditions.
Implicit navigation is disabled for this page only, so the user can swipe through pages in the rest of the app, but not on the Disclaimer page.
Demonstration: Signature control
In this example, the new signature control is used to control access to an app. The user must sign in the box to indicate acceptance of a statement, before access is granted
This is achieved using the datafeed for the signature control, which shows ‘0’ in cell A1 when the box is empty, and ‘1’ after a mark has been made. This gives you the ability to control access to content, with the use of a dynamic box.
We used a dynamic box with two panels. Panel one contains a grey button that opens a warning popup: this is shown when the signature box is empty. Otherwise, panel two is shown: this contains a green button that navigates to the next page.
For more information about the features described in this blog post, please get in touch or refer to the Editor reference guide within BaseCase Interactive.