Given that .NET Core is the Future of .NET, it is cross-platform and fully open-source, can we please get a version of either RFA or the Elektron SDK that targets .net Core?
We are porting our legacy .Net Framework trading infrastructure over to .Net Core which will allow us to deploy on Linux and container platforms, such as Kubernetes, however we are hamstrung by our market data feed that uses the legacy RFA API. We don't have the option of hiring C++/Java developers as we are a small shop that uses C# (for trading infrastructure) and python (for research).
Hello @m.snelling, The Elektron Websocket API seems to be the only one which can support .NET as it is language agnostic. There are code samples in most programming language, including .NET and Python.
Maybe, this can help in your use case.
I would like to follow up on this question. The comments in the github post are from last year and wanted to check if anything has changed.
Can you please provide clarity if a .NET version of the Elektron SDK will be available?
Can we have a batch request with EMA JAVA API (Version 22.214.171.124)? Also, Would be good to know how EMA handles batch internally and return response? Will it be a callback per RIC or single callback for whole batch.