We are pleased to announce that closed beta testing commenced today for our new platform – MultiCharts .NET.
A big thank you is owed to all beta testers that have stepped forward to help us make MC .NET as good as it can be; we’ve sent out the installers and instructions to the selected group of beta test applicants. Thank you all for your help!
Main difference in MultiCharts .NET from regular MultiCharts is the ability to develop in .NET languages, such as C# and others. We’ve integrated tightly with Visual Studio, so you can use professional IDEs to develop your scripts.
This short video gives a brief overview tips and tricks to script creation in MC .NET.
Here are a few features in MultiCharts .NET (which are unavailable in regular MultiCharts):
- Access all data from Scripts, for instruments that are not even charted.
- Create custom toolbars.
- Draw objects using GDI.
- Access to all information in Order and Position Tracker from scripts.
We’ll continue adding more info and posting interesting tidbits about MultiCharts .NET in the coming weeks. We expect for the beta to last about a month, with MultiCharts .NET becoming available publicly toward the end of July 2012.
I’ll be glad to answer any questions in the comment section below.