We recently announced that Finsemble, our desktop integration platform, supports Electron as the base layer of its tech stack.
Ensuring that Finsemble on Electron achieved impeccable security standards took substantial effort. For Electron developers or information professionals evaluating...
If you are looking to improve workspace management with a financial smart desktop, ask yourself (or the vendor you may be vetting) these questions before starting your digital transformation project.
Question 1: What is provided out-of-the-box?
At ChartIQ, we discovered the issues engineers...
We are delighted to bring you the news of our Series B Funding announced today (Press Release Here). I couldn’t be more proud of the hard work the team at ChartIQ has put in for us to get here. This funding will help us remain devoted to our charting library software, while ushering in our...
Check out the recent Markets Media piece featuring Finsemble - ChartIQ's application integration platform built to improve financial-services workflows and unify the unconnected app landscape on the financial desktop.
To scale in today’s fast-paced finance environment, organizations need an effective way to clarify and communicate data from multiple sources and display that data in a single, unified desktop experience.
In Part 2 of our Anatomy of Finsemble blog series, we talked about what made Finsemble tick. If you took an x-ray of Finsemble, you might observe a "skeleton" made up of two pieces called the Distributed Store and the Router.
Before we dive deeper, let’s answer a simple question: what is Finsemble physically? The easiest way to think about a Finsemble application is that it is a "site." The site that is being displayed is composed of many pieces. Each piece—chart component, toolbar, microservice,...
When you first see Finsemble, you see the toolbar stretching across the top of the screen. It’d be easy to equate the toolbar with Finsemble. After all, what you see is what you get...right? But the toolbar is just the tip of the Finsemble iceberg!
I’ve been thoroughly enjoying delivering a series of blogs on Yellowfin’s website, which examine the products, services and client benefits borne out of Yellowfin’s partnerships, so I am delighted to have been asked by our partner ChartIQ, to write this guest post for their blog.