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Webinar: A discussion with Raymond Deux, CEO of NinjaTrader - and the debut of NT8!

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I assume OnBarUpdate() will not be called when Calculate = OnPriceChange and a stream of new tick's arrive that are not price changing ticks ?

I really like the idea of having this new performance capability available, makes a lot of sense when you think about it.

I guess in NT7 the equivalent would be the following at the beginning of OnBarUpdate(), paraphrased from the optimization thread:

if ( !FirstTickOfBar && prevPrice == Input[0] ) return; else prevPrice = Input[0];

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Correct. OnBarUpdate() would be called when a tick arrives with a different price than the prior one.

Hi Ray,

Thanks for sharing with our community. I do have a question about Multi-Timeframe indicators/strategies. Any changes there or are they handled the same way they are today with the, ADD() or any improvements?

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Hi Ray,

Thanks for sharing with our community. I do have a question about Multi-Timeframe indicators/strategies. Any changes there or are they handled the same way they are today with the, ADD() or any improvements?

There are some changes there (don't recollect what they are at this time) including some signature changes relative to Add..() methods.

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RE: Ninja Script 8 vs 7

Glad I ran into this thread....

My NEW YEARS resolution to myself this coming year "was" to finally learn NINJA SCRIPT... so that I could finally code some of my ideas!

SO, My question is simple....

Should I wait for Ninja 8, then learn the NEW script??
-OR- Will I be ok to learn Ninja 7, and it will translate into Ninja 8??


Thanks for any insight here...

JMB

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Glad I ran into this thread....

My NEW YEARS resolution to myself this coming year "was" to finally learn NINJA SCRIPT... so that I could finally code some of my ideas!

SO, My question is simple....

Should I wait for Ninja 8, then learn the NEW script??
-OR- Will I be ok to learn Ninja 7, and it will translate into Ninja 8??


Thanks for any insight here...

JMB

I would get right into it now as the programming changes are minor. The learning curve is steep but well worth the effort in my opinion. Being able to program your own ideas directly into your trading system will likely take your trading in a direction you never dreamed possible. It enables the trader an almost infinite idea generation and testing environment.

Furthermore, its product support is second to none, far better than many far larger software companies I've dealt with over the years. One thing I've continued to appreciate as a "developing programmer" is the patience of their support team over the years and fast responses to my questions posted on the ninjatrader forum. Within an hour or two a response to an issue is sitting in my mailbox.

Admittedly, I've been guilty a few times of blaming ninjatrader for system crashes which have been entirely my doing from very poor and inefficient programming. Lucky we have the indicator police @Zondor with his new neck tie to sort those issues out.

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Glad I ran into this thread....

My NEW YEARS resolution to myself this coming year "was" to finally learn NINJA SCRIPT... so that I could finally code some of my ideas!

SO, My question is simple....

Should I wait for Ninja 8, then learn the NEW script??
-OR- Will I be ok to learn Ninja 7, and it will translate into Ninja 8??


Thanks for any insight here...

JMB

FYI

One thing we are working on right now is the development of official online training (paid) centered on NinjaScript. The 1st course (2 days) will be targetted for non-programmers using the wizard and Strategy Analyzer. The second course we will release is focused on programming in NinjaScript for new programmers. I hope to have this in full swing by the end of Q1 next year.

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I thought he said you could do it on a per instrument basis? Like ES data coming from IQFeed, and EURUSD data coming from InteractiveBrokers, for example? Just not a per-chart basis, meaning that one ES chart is IQFeed and the other ES chart is Zen Fire.

I will have to watch it again.

Mike

Correct, per instrument type but split between real-time and historical. Absent a user configuration, the logic will default to NT7 logic.

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Hope you guys will improve on font rendering, because for now I see the dreaded WPF blurry fonts problem.
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I know the font rendering was fixed in 4.0 framework, but it doesn't seem you're using it ?

See NT7 vs NT8

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I know the screen captures are on an alpha project, but just wanted to be sure we'll not be using some blurry Ninja for the rest of our lives

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Hope you guys will improve on font rendering, because for now I see the dreaded WPF blurry fonts problem.
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WPF and Text Blurriness, now with complete Clarity - Scott Hanselman

I know the font rendering was fixed in 4.0 framework, but it doesn't seem you're using it ?

See NT7 vs NT8

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I know the screen captures are on an alpha project, but just wanted to be sure we'll not be using some blurry Ninja for the rest of our lives

Also could be just artifacts introduced as part of the webinar recording?

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Also could be just artifacts introduced as part of the webinar recording?

Mike

Or maybe @gomi is running NT8 already? Wouldn't surprise me



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