backend: Java and JDBC/Hibernate, C# and ado.net/entity framework
front end: JSP? ASP? HTML
if you are writing web application, apply MVC or MVVM framework (Model-View-*)
.Net is a framework lib from Microsoft. You can use either C# or VB.NET
the reviews of the book are mixed..did you read it?or Managed C++! And link to native C++ code!
the reviews of the book are mixed..did you read it?
The application is supposed to do the following:
But i don't know how to start with coding all these functionalities.! I am not expecting someone to teach me coding. I only want some to help me with providing a road map of how to develop this. Like which different programming language to use to implement these functionalities and finally integrate it into a single web application. Please take time to provide a specific answer.
- Seperate user logins and dashboard for each user
- It will continuosly monitor the data in the database and make certain calculations(i have the formula for the calculation to be made). And based on this it will suggest whether to buy or sell.
- A detailed report of the trading done will be displayed. Eg: Highest gains,greatest losses etc..
- Historically back test the data and generate a report of the trades.
Java will be easier. For frameworks, look for concurrency frameworks and GUI frameworks. Java has standard libraries for both.I am now thinking which one would be better C++ or Java? Are there any existing frameworks in any of these languages which will make my work easier?
I am searching for a live data feed. This seems to be a good repository for historical data... Can anyone please reply with some live data feed names which are economical..i will just have to show the data during the project demo! So its just one day. However to check if it works i will need it for a week.quandl.com
It's the sticky under this Computing forumsoemwhere on this forum is a threat about free data... in there there's a live data tick feed that you can test your trading on... intraminute level. i think it requires coding in R though. search for it
thanks for your reply. I wanted a source for live data feed..It's the sticky under this Computing forum