Hi guys! I'm planning to make a Web application so I can check my positions, or even close some of them. I found 2 possibilities:
- Using Zen-Fire API directly
- Using Ninja Trader API
The former is possible, since Zen-Fire released their API to the public for free. But the problem is that you are tied to Zen-Fire, and cannot use TT. Zen-Fire API is also more powerfull than Ninja Trader API.
The Ninja Trader API is a little bit modest comparing to Zen-Fire API, but for just reading my account positions and close some of them eventually, this is enough.
The questions are:
- Has anybody done a Web application like this?
- If I deploy this application in a web hosting, would it block my app connections to Zen-Fire?
- Is it possible to use just the Ninja Trader DLL in my Web application, without having the Ninja Trader software installed in the machine?
Guilherme Ceschiatti (6qat)
Ps. Sorry my English as it's not my native language.
I have no experience in what you're trying to accomplish, except for some experience with web hosting. Your host should not block the traffic, even on non-standard ports there should be no reason it would be blocked. If they do, you need to find a better host.
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