Streamdata.io helps companies to be innovative and competitive by taking advantage of real-time data. Through its Proxy-as-a-Service, Streamdata.io turns any API into a feed of real-time data that can be pushed to millions of clients. Streamdata.io’s proxy polls APIs, caches responses, and pushes incremental updates to servers, applications and devices, allowing the focus to be on user experience as well as reducing server loads and solving scalability issues.
Coding real-time trading/investments on your mobile device in less than 15 mn with any API? Yes, we can.
If there is an industry where real-time is crucial, it’s Finance, for trading, of course, but also for personal banking. Your users don’t have time to waste by waiting for their applications to refresh data, or worse, having to push a button to refresh a screen! This is where we can help. With Streamdata.io, you can very simply turn any API into real-time stream updates (and only updates, not the whole flow!) as they happen. We will demonstrate how to create your own trading mobile application using Streamdata.io to display the information in real-time.
What You’ll Learn
- How to turn every API into a real-time stream of updates with no server-side coding
- The importance of a real-time experience in order to extend the dwell time
- The benefits of real-time when placing trades: with up-to-date prices, you greatly increase the chances of orders being executed
Audrey Neveu, Developer Relations
Audrey is a Developer Relations at Streamdata.io. She’s a passion driven developer with experience in both web frontend and backend development, specialised in APIs and Big Data. Heavily involved in the European wide Java community, she’s part of Devoxx4Kids, a not-for-profit global initiative to get children coding.
Eric Horesnyi, CEO
Eric was a founding team member at Internet Way then Radianz. He is a High Frequency Trading infrastructure expert, sharing his passion about Fintech and the Web. Eric looks after 3 bozons and has worked in San Francisco, NYC, Mexico, Paris and is now in Stamford with Streamdata.io.