About This Book
The book "Practical Quantitative Finance with ASP.NET Core and Angular - Building Ultra-Modern, Responsive Single-Page Web Applications for Quantitative Finance Using ASP.NET Core and Angular has just been published. This book follows the same style of my previous books on .NET and Web programming and emphasizes practical applications of the latest technolgies to quantitative finance. It will provide all the tools you need to develop professional, ultra-modern, responsive financial applications using ASP.NET Core and Angular SPA framework. I hope this book will be useful for quant developers, quant analysts, individual traders, .NET/Web programmers, and students of all skill levels.
This book is written with the intention of providing a complete and comprehensive explanation of ASP.NET Core and Angular single-page applications (SPA) in quantitative finance. It pays special attention to creating ultra-modern distributed business applications and reusable .NET libraries that can be used directly in real-world finance applications. Much of this book contains original work based on my own programming experience when I have been developing business applications for quantitative analysis in financial field.
This book contains:
- Ready-to-run example programs that allow you to explore the quantitative finance programming techniques and understand how the algorithms work. You can modify the code examples or add new features to them to form the basis of your own projects. Some of the example code listings provided in this book are already sophisticated programming packages in quantitative finance that you can use directly in your own real-world business applications.
- Many classes and components in the sample code listings that you will find useful in your quant development. These classes and components include charting libraries, various quantitative analysis models, pricing engines for options and fixed income instruments, machine learning for trading strategy development and back-testing, and the other useful utility classes. You can extract these classes and components and plug them into your own business applications.