Focus 100% on Linux server with algos? Javascript front end charting on a mobile device like Apple Ipad or Iphone?

(Last Updated On: January 13, 2015)

Focus 100% on Linux server with algos? Javascript front end charting on a mobile device like Apple Ipad or Iphone?

Are Javascript libraries setting the new trend for front end charting in high speed trading systems?

I first heard about this from Gigi’s Python trading system. He was delivering his charts through HTML5 but after last night, it was mentioned again where even a local bank CIBC is doing the same thing. It seems that this is worth paying attention to due to mobile device trends. Have you seen my latest app reviews especially the one on Oanda FX Trader?  These libraries were mentioned last night:

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/12/is-javascript-d3-api-the-future-of-visualization-for-high-speed-trading-platform-with-potential-machine-learning/

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2015/01/other-javascript-and-commercial-charting-reviews-presented-for-potential-trading-environments/

This is used in the banking industry as well even for HFT needs:

http://www.sencha.com/products/extjs/

It is not open source but the one worth paying attention to D3.

So just focus on the Linux server side with algos, and put all ever into Javascript front end charting on a mobile device like Apple Ipad or Iphone?

When you saee the Oanda FXTrader app, it sure makes it very possible to use this stack:

 

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