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Web SDK - Documentation?

The request for accessing the Web SDK documentation is pending for 7 days now. Any public documentation available or any other way to speed the process up?



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The RD Library is available for Python, .NET and TypeScript.

https://developers.refinitiv.com/en/search-results?q=Refinitiv+Data+library

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@Kevin Riedl

Is it App Studio - Web SDK?

If yes, you can access the API and demo via Eikon.

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The JET API is in the Web UI Gallery and the examples are in the JET.js API demo.


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Yes exactly, thank you.

Why is this a UI library/documentation? We actually just want to load data from Refinitiv via JavaScript (we are using Angular).

Thank you in advance.

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@Kevin Riedl

You need to download JET 2 in the Web UI Gallery.

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JET 2 allows you to get data from Eikon via JavaScript.

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Ok thanks, was now able to download Jet 2.

Is there any documentation on this? This is just the code.

Thank you.

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Hi @Kevin Riedl,

Before using the AppStudio and the SDK to write an application, I would recommend that you reach out to your account manager to see, if they or the product team still advise on taking this path. I have doubts that App Studio might not be actively supported in future.

If however, you are building an application which just consumes data from Eikon, and is not an integral part of Eikon/Workspace, then I would advise that you look into the Eikon Data API, or a wrapper library - RD Library.

The UI library is still active and you can read about it here.

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I see, sure we want to have something that is here to stay. Thanks for pointing out.

So there is no way of accessing a simple API, but only via your Python library?

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ok awesome thanks! That should work. Will try that.

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