This guide will help if you would like to have your widget or maybe develop an application which will integrated with your instance of platform.
- REST API — The REST API gives developers the access to all data in a platform. A proper implementation of a REST client will allow to get information about order, positions and account. Also it gives ability to create new users, place orders and make another changes in the system.
- WebSockets API — The Streaming APIs give developers low latency access to stream of data. A proper implementation of a streaming client will be pushed messages indicating quotes, order, positions and other events have occurred, without any of the overhead associated with polling a REST endpoint.
- Custom Widgets — This guide introduces the key concepts, tools, and libraries you’ll encounter when building widgets for ETNA Trader Web Front End. The topics in this guide span project organization, coding, debugging, testing, optimizing, and publishing your widget.
- Execution — ETNA Trader supports FIX 4.2 for order execution.
- Market Data — ETNA Trader allow to collect market data from your provider. So you could create your custom quote and market depth providers. Details are in .
- News — Web Trader and Mobile Trader display security news in News Widget. ETNA Trader allow to setup news via your provider.
- XML data provider
- Security Master — ETNA Trader can collect securities from your provider.
- SOD Reconciliation — This section contains a description of SOD files format.
- Historical Data — Web Trader and Mobile Trader use historical data to display charts. ETNA Trader allow to setup historical data via your provider.
- User Entitlements
- Websites — This section describes how to integrate ETNA Trader with other websites.
- Asset classes
- Server Development
- HOW TO :