Ways of calling Emdros

There are a number of ways you can go about writing your application. Here are four of them:

  1. Write your application in C++, interacting directly with the Emdros libraries.

  2. Write your application in one of the scripting languages which Emdros supports through SWIG (currently Python 2.7, Python 3.x, Perl, Ruby, Java, C#/.Net, Node.JS, PHP5, and PHP7).

  3. Interface via the mql(1) program as a command-line program, or via a system() call or the like.

  4. Write a wrapper around Emdros, and call it from, e.g., iOS, Android, or via a web-API using Node.JS, Django, or similar.

We will look at each of these in turn.

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