Library for the Verified API

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import verifiedLibvf from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@verified/libvf';



Javascript wrapper for the Verified API, for use in the browser.


Getting started


ES6 imports

import * as libvf from 'libvf'

// Or specify which modules to import

import { auth, envelopes, companies, oidc } from 'libvf'

From CDN
creates a global object libvf

<script src="https://unpkg.com/libvf"></script>


Using your Verified credentials
Namespace is optional, but you will not be able to act on behalf of a company without it.

const jwt = await libvf.auth.login({
  email: 'john.doe@example.com',
  password: '***********',
  namespace: '/companies/your_company_id'

Using an existing JWT

libvf.auth.setToken('JWT ey...')

Getting the JWT and namespace from the URL parameters
Looks for the url parameters verified_token or access_token for the jwt, and c or namespace for the namespace. If not found, an error will be thrown.


Creating an envelope

Requires a descriptor id as argument, in most cases this will be default.

let envelope = await libvf.envelopes.create('default')

Fetching the envelope data

With the steps above completed, we now have an envelope object which references the envelope stored in the API. In order to get the data stored in the API into our local object, we need to reflect any recent changes.

await envelope.reflect()

This makes a request to the API, reads all of the envelope data, parses it and creates local instances of any documents, recipients, templates etc in our local object.

Uploading files

Uploading the main pdf to a document

await envelope.firstDocument().uploadPDF('Story of the padded one.pdf', fileBinary)

Uploading an attachment to a document

await envelope.firstDocument().uploadAttachment('Story of the deploy man.txt', fileBinary)

Adding recipients

await envelope.addRecipient({
  givenName: "John",
  familyName: "Doe",
  language: "en_EN",
  signingMethod: "email",
  email: "john.doe@example.com",
  order: 1,
  role: {
    action: "sign",
    label: "Signatory",
    name: "signer"

Publishing the envelope

await envelope.publish()