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Apache Camel - basics

Apache Camel integrations are defined within your application's jvm/-script-config/{app-name}-camel.kts file.

Components - Application

The application components enable you to create the working event-driven applications quickly. You can configure each component as per your requirement and doing so will add precise control, complexity and sophistication to your application.

Components - Architecture overview

Every Genesis application is different, but all Genesis applications share a common architecture. The best way to understand the purpose of all the main elements of this architecture is to familiarise yourself with the server components and the web front-end.

Components - Core

These core components are part of the Genesis low-code platform which run automatically. These components eliminate the need of the manual low-level programming which is otherwise mandatory for creating financial markets applications. Hence, you can simply focus on developing the essential value specific to your application.

Components - Integration

Most financial applications have to interact with other outside systems for information exchange and smooth workflow creation within themselves. The Genesis low-code platform makes this process faster with it's growing list of components that enable you to connect quickly to market-leading services. Instead of creating the interfaces from scratch, you simply need to select your component, enable it and configure it.

Components - Introduction

The Genesis low-code platform offers you more than 50 components that provide proven quality code which speed up your development, testing and deployment to a great extent.

Components - UI

With these user-interface (UI) components, you can create clear and usable interfaces quickly.

Consolidator - basics

You define a Consolidator service in a consolidator.kts file. Within the file, you can define as many Consolidators as you like. Each one is specified in a Consolidator block of code.

Custom endpoints - basics

Custom endpoints are defined within their own submodule of the project, using classes implementing the WebEndpoint interface provided by Genesis-Router.

Data model - Inside a tables dictionary

Tables of data will be critical to your application, from simple tables of currencies or locations to more complex ones that contain trade or order information (for example).

Data model - Inside a view dictionary

Whereas tables tend to be groups of related information, a view is a way of looking at data - in many cases, literally. If you want to show all the trades you have done, then you might want to take some of that data from a table of trades, but you might want to add data from one or more other tables - currency details or counterparty IDs, for example.

Key system files - Genesis Router

Let us now mention another important system file, Genesis Router. The Genesis Router module controls the routing of the messages between the back end and the front end of your application. You can configure this in the file genesis-router.kts.

Key system files - process.xml

Your application must have a -processes.xml file. For example, if your application is called 'bravo', then the file will be called bravo-processes.xml.

Key system files - service definitions.xml

Every application must have a -service-definitions.xml file. This is where you specify the ports of the various processes. The ports are used to communicate internally between these various processes.

Modules - Inside an Event Handler

Applications must respond immediately to different types of input: inputs from users, messages from other systems, market-data updates and internally calculated analytic signals. These inputs are events.

Tables - basics

In your application's tables-dictionary.kts file, you need to define every table that your application needs. Let us go back to the very simple example definition that we started with. This contains a single table with three fields in it.

Web basics - front end

To view or use your Genesis application, you need to create one or more web pages. On each of these pages, you need to have components that display information or enable the user to interact with the application. For example:

What can I build? - EUC replacement

In financial organisations everywhere, there are spreadsheets that are effective tools, but which pose a significant operational and compliance risk.

What can I build? - introduction

Once you have the Genesis low-code platform, you can develop and deploy your own applications at speed, from the simplest of internal systems to complete exchanges.

What can I build? - new apps from scratch

You don't have to be bound by your existing systems at all. If you have a need for a new application, which looks too ambitious for now, the Genesis low-code platform could make that a realistic proposition in a realistic timeframe.

What can I build? - new e-platforms

You can build complete new trading platforms that integrate with multiple internal and external systems. These are applications with clear user interfaces, highly sophisticated features; they can be specified and built to meet exactly the security and regulatory requirements you require.

What can I build? - workflow

Self-contained systems (aren't you bored by the term "silo") remain a big blocker for anyone looking for efficiency.