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Building a Stock Portfolio App With JavaScript UI Components

Building a Stock Portfolio App With JavaScript UI Components

Posted on 3/10/2020 6:02:13 PM

The Wijmo Stock Portfolio finance app demonstrates the usage of Wijmo Components in an OpenFin financial application. The app consists of several windows. Each window is implemented using different web frameworks (like React, Angular, and Web Components). OpenFin’s new Platform API allows users to arrange and customize windows into the desired workspace.

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The OpenFin platform, combined with Wijmo JavaScript Components, empowers you to develop financial applications rapidly. This video demonstrates how the app works while arranging windows like a dashboard.

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