What is an SDK

SDK stands for software development kit. Also known as a devkit, the SDK is a set of software-building tools for a specific platform, including the building blocks, debuggers and, often, a framework or group of code libraries such as a set of routines specific to an operating system (OS).

With Leegality’s SDKs, you can offer your customers an in-app signing experience within your company’s application that they already use. 

Using SDKs increases trust as your customers are not redirected to a third-party website for signing and can complete the entire execution journey in an environment that they trust.

Types of SDKs a Leegality

Here is what a signing journey looks like if you use an SDK