ChartIQ Rolls Out ‘Glue’ to Build Trading Terminal

ChartIQ describes Finsemble as "all that glue that makes everything inside a Bloomberg terminal work perfectly well with everything else.”

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It provides user experience application programming interfaces (APIs), drop-in components and the ability to integrate legacy .NET and Java applications alongside HTML5. Finsemble, which is built on top of OpenFin’s common operating layer, is designed to allow users to create their own trading terminals or platforms using ChartIQ applications or, if they prefer, their own internal apps or tools provided by third-party providers, Dan Schleifer, co-founder and CEO of ChartIQ, tells WatersTechnolog

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