We are happy to announce that new generation web service dxLink.WebSocket is available for testing.
This new solution solves a number of issues associated with the old dxFeed web service.
Benefits of the new version
- Support of isolated connections within one physical connection
- Lightweight protocol over the pure WebSocket
- Optimized traffic usage
- Network-level backpressure
- Increased performance
- Higher quality of support and service
We expect the release version to go into production in Q3’2023. If you’re already our customer and plan a future transition, or would like to test a new version, please contact us via our dxFeed Help Desk portal.
The main goal of dxLink.WebSocket is to be a single access point to various dxFeed services. As a turnkey solution, dxLink.WebSocket provides standard mechanisms for establishing a connection, maintaining it, reporting errors, authorization, and providing data exchange channels with services. Read more about protocol specification here.
Please refer to dxFeed Help Desk if you have any questions or concerns. Use “dxLink.WebSocket” as the subject for efficient request routing.