I have figured out a quick and dirty way to have a Microsoft .NET application call a Matlab function. This could be useful for an open source trading platform like Tradelink to call a Matlab trading strategy or model. This is exclusive to my QuantLabs.net Premium Membership.
I had an aha moment late last nite. I always knew about how to bridge C# or any Microsoft .NET application to call Matlab functions. This could be done through the Automation COM server. I even tried it out which worked really well with sample source code. I was surprised how easy it was compared to trying through WCF which is part of the Microsoft .NET framework. WCF is just a pain to set up as you need a server and client with other moronic setting up. I abandoned that pretty quick. but the Automation COM server worked really well. I even created a private video with a C# source code application to download to showcase this capability. As said earlier, this is only available to my QuantLabs Premium Members.
Also, I have added a recent video about the direction of next steps for the Membership as well
Youtube video on How to learn to code your profitable trading strategies with Microsoft c# .net and Matlab
Thanks BryanNOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!