Finsemble

Sophisticated workspace management and automated inter-application workflow.

The Anatomy of Finsemble Part 2 – The What, The Why, And The How
The Anatomy of Finsemble Part 2 – The What, The Why, And The How

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, config files, API, etc—is really just a web page.

The Anatomy of Finsemble Part 1 – An Introduction
The Anatomy of Finsemble Part 1 – An Introduction

Take a closer look at Finsemble. Each business component sits inside a window—a Chromium container running a short operating layer stack. Windows and components have a one-to-one relationship—a Finsemble component always sits in a container window.

Organizing the Sales Dashboard for Maximum Success
Organizing the Sales Dashboard for Maximum Success

Imagine all the tools within your workflow—legacy, modern, and third-party—working together in an integrated and unified desktop experience. Finsemble seamlessly assembles and syncs disparate applications for capital markets end users. See how this works on a sales dashboard.

The Future of Finance: HTML5 and the Desktop
The Future of Finance: HTML5 and the Desktop

HTML5 is the most compelling state-of-the-art technology for building any GUI-based, cross-device application. HTML5 allows developers to deploy a single code base to both the browser and the desktop. Along with its siblings, CSS and JavaScript, HTML5 can build 99% of today’s applications. See why it’s the future of finance.

Vive La (HTML5) Revolution
Vive La (HTML5) Revolution

There’s a movement of this kind now underway in the financial world, as the user interface shifts from the desktop to the browser, thanks to HTML5/JavaScript displacing traditional desktop technologies like WPF, WinForms, OpenGL and Flex.

The Bridge to HTML5: Integrate HTML5
The Bridge to HTML5: Integrate HTML5

ChartIQ outlines how modern developers can harness the power of HTML5 to build innovative data visualization products and how to overcome obstacles along the way.