Sneak Peek: Devexperts to Launch a Web-Based HTML5 Platform

According to Devexperts, HTML5 is the right technology to create browser-based applications right now, while native applications for mobiles are

Trading technology company, Devexperts, has demonstrated a new version of its dxTrade platform. The new solution is based on HTML5 and brings another player to join the trend of service providers aiming to provide a seamless experience across different platforms. Forex Magnates’ reporters had a sneak peek into the platform’s beta version, which was first showcased at the Forex Magnates’ Tokyo Summit last month.

Quotes Panel, dxTrade HTML5
Quotes Panel, dxTrade HTML5

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The company’s retail trading platform, dxTrade, provides a vast set of technical analysis tools, alongside its complete multi-platfrom suite dxFX. The browser-based interface gives users of multiple operating systems the flexibility to login and trade their accounts from Windows, MAC OS or Linux thanks to the universal support for HTML5.

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Devexperts offers dxTrade as a part of its dxFX Suite for white labelling or as a standalone version, available for integration with a customized trading environment. Forex Magnates’ reporters reached out to Devexperts, asking the company to provide some insight into the platform and the reasoning for the expansion to HTML5.

According to the company’s Vice President of FX Products and Board Member Stanislav Stolyar, “HTML5 is the right technology to create browser-based applications now. It is not a question any longer. What is still a question whether it should be used to build mobile applications. For us the answer is still the same as couple years ago: native applications are faster, more robust, feature-rich and user-friendly. This might change in the future, however, in favor of HTML5, but not for now.”

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