PactSafe Developer Docs

Welcome to the PactSafe Developer Docs! You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with PactSafe as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

Get Started


Hi there! Welcome to PactSafe's Developer Portal. We have a rich set of developer tools to help you integrate into your own environment.

Below, you'll find options for getting started based on your use case:

Acceptance Tracking

Javascript Library

Our JavaScript library allows you to integrate acceptance tracking using PactSafe clickwraps into your own environment. The JavaScript library utilizes our Activity API, which is a microservice designed for fast and reliable acceptance tracking. Learn more about the JavaScript library on the JavaScript Library page.

Activity API

Our Activity API is a separate API (from our REST API) designed for sending acceptance data to the PactSafe platform, checking the acceptance status of a Signer, or retrieving data for creating a Clickwrap experience. Learn more about using our Activity API here.

Creating and Sending Contracts


Our REST API—which also powers our web app—can be used to send contracts to Signers, retrieve data from the PactSafe platform, or to manage the settings and sites even within your own PactSafe account! With plenty of power, we also have plenty of documentation—which can be located here. Looking to get started sending Contracts to the Signer? Check out our guide here.

API Key Requirement

Please note that our REST API does require an API key to be used on all API calls.

Our SDKs - Acceptance and/or Contract Management and Sending

We have several SDKs available to be used. Each SDK will typically only cover acceptance tracking but some newer versions may cover more advanced use cases. Please feel free to peruse our available SDKs here or visit our GitHub account to see all of our libraries!

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