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NinjaTrader and MultiCharts .NET chart add-in programming models: can you compare?

I'd like to hear a few opinions comparing the chart add-in programming models of MultiCharts .NET and NinjaTrader. Which do you like, and why?

I haven't spent (much or any) time on either of these, so far.

This is really a question about the classes these programs expose to the end user.

Thanks in advance.

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I'd like to hear a few opinions comparing the chart add-in programming models of MultiCharts .NET and NinjaTrader. Which do you like, and why?

I haven't spent (much or any) time on either of these, so far.

This is really a question about the classes these programs expose to the end user.

Thanks in advance.

Has anyone tried to code the .Net MC and compare to Ninja?

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Has anyone tried to code the .Net MC and compare to Ninja?

Tks

I tried.
It's not easy to compare, MC .Net is powerful but much more "low level", more made for experienced programmers than NinjaScript, which can be used by nearly everyone.

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