I am more than happy to announce that version 0.30.0 of Jesse is released! This is the biggest update of the framework to this point. It is mostly about the new GUI dashboard, which is a much more convenient way to interact with Jesse rather than the CLI.
I'm sure you have noticed that I've been quiet in the past few weeks. That's because I was focused on a long-overdue and important release of Jesse.
Today I released version `0.26.0` of the main framework and version `0.0.10` of the live trade plugin.
Here is what's new...
Today's release is a big one. But there are no breaking changes to be worried about.
I completely refactored the live mode's calculations to be synced in real-time with the exchange. From now on, the live mode uses the information on the exchange instead of calculating it on our own.
This is a huge deal because it means:
For those of you who have been tried of Binance lately, this is an interesting release bringing full support for the "FTX Futures" exchange to Jesse. It also brings backtesting support for `Bybit`.
I'm thrilled to unveil Version 0.43.3 of Jesse. This release focuses on significant improvements and new additions, especially for those using Bybit. I'm back to work full-time following my successful recovery from CTS and eager to roll out some exciting new updates. So, let's delve into what's new and what's next.
Today I'm releasing version 0.38.0 of both the framework and the live plugin which brings the long-awaited support for spot trading.
Spot trading is a bit tricky. In better words, it's too simple and sometimes too limiting. For example, I like being able to submit both take-profit and stop-loss at the same time for my open positions.
Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you are having a great time with your family and friends. To put it mildly, 2022 was a crazy (bad) year for my personal life, and I think it was for so many others as well. Thank god it's over.
## What's next?
I've been working on adding DEX support for weeks now. The first DEX driver coming is...
Today I released version `0.32.0` of both the main framework and the live plugin.
This release brings several bug fixes, and improvements that I made based on feedback from the community. I **highly recommend updating** your setup to this version as soon as possible.
Today, I am proud to announce that Jesse is initially released. You no longer have to struggle for weeks just to back-test a trading strategy.
After working for more than two years, trying out two programming languages, countless modifications of the API design for defining strategies, writing hundreds of unit tests, writing countless strategies, sharing with a test team and receiving feedback, I can confidently say that Jesse is ready for the initial release to the public.
First, let's talk about the latest updates. In the past weeks, I released versions 0.38.3 of the main framework and 0.38.2 of the live plugin. These are patch releases so updating is safe and highly recommended.
Here's what's new:
Finding good strategies to learn from, modify, or trade is no easy task. You have to filter through so many just to find a few good ones. My number one goal for Jesse as a whole echo system is to make all parts of trading easier for the community.
I am pleased to announce that today I published a new page on our website for hosting strategies.
In celebration of Programmer's Day, I'm offering a special discount on the lifetime premium license of the live-trade plugin. Grab it for just $900, down from the usual $1600.
This exclusive offer is valid for the next 3 days.
Version `0.24.0` brings a few improvements and also introduces a number of new utility functions for researchers.
However, if you are an M1 Mac user, this release is a game-changer for you because it brings native support for M1 chips!
Today I released version `0.40.0` of the framework and the live plugin. This release includes many bug fixes and improvements along with a few new features and two small breaking changes with hopefully doesn't affect most of you.
I must mention, the previous release included a huge refactor which turned out to raise some issues.
Based on the reports I received from you guys I fixed them and also did some other improvements. There's also a new feature that is helpful for those writing multiple strategies that are related to each other.
Here's the summary of what's new: