Forex trading Java / .Net API
Easy way to build mechanical trading systems in Java or C#
Java and .Net interfaces to supported Forex brokers in a legal and robust way.
Service Providers use it to ...
- Build WEB platforms for Forex traders across different brokers.
- Design mobile Forex applications.
- Provide various Forex account copier capabilities.
- Establish advanced WEB/mobile interfaces to the Broker's trading servers.
- Implement highly scalable distributed cloud trading applications.
- Develop Java/.Net MTS using their favorite IDE (IntelliJ IDEA, MS VS2010, NetBeans, Eclipse etc)
- Enable multiple trading accounts
- Write complex, well structured mechanical trading systems, other languages do not fit for
Use NJ4X™ library to manage forex accounts.
You can develop mechanical trading system in pure Java or C# programming language, while other languages are still available to build custom indicators (if needed).
You can also use NJ4X™ library to maintain simultaneous connections to multiple of Forex brokers from a single/multiple network-distributed Java/.Net application(s), get quotes, do trading, call standard/custom indicators etc.
Debugging tools for any language are invaluable - NJ4X™ allows you to speed up development by spotting errors in your code and potential pitfalls that might happen.
"Personal" price plan requires you to license only Windows machines which are running NJ4X Terminal Server (Note: it is also possible to run NJ4X TS under the Linux/WINE environments).
Trade with different data sources analysed.
Basing your trading strategies on ..
- In-depth analysis of the real-time ticks of different brokers/data sources (e.g. DukasCopy, LMAX, TradingView).
- Reliable signal providers' events.
- High-end development technologies (like LMAX disruptor)
.. make your applications blazingly fast
- By applying non-blocking ticks processors design
- Executing independent tasks (position analysis, logging, GUI reflection) in parallel
- Simplifying overall program structure
- By going away from a single trading context limitation of the some Forex platforms, i.e. multiple orders of the same account are executed in parallel.