Thank you for purchasing the earlier edition of NinjaScript Programmer's Launch Pad. I hope it has helped you learn how to program indicators in NinjaScript for NinjaTrader® version 7 more quickly. If you would like to purchase NinjaScript Programmer's Launch Pad V8, you may do so at a discount.

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What's in V8 for You?

Since you already know how to program NinjaScript for NinjaTrader version 7, isn't it easy to learn the ropes for version 8? In other words, will you really benefit from the new V8 edition of the eBook?

Yes, I think learning NinjaScript for version 8 will be easy for someone who already knows how to program in an older version. The NinjaTrader Help Files are fine for that. You don't really need the new edition of the book. Having said that, though, the new eBook couldn't hurt. It might speed things up a bit for you, and it won't break your piggy bank.

The real benefit for you is in chapter 12, A Trade Setup Enry Indicator. It includes the complete code for an indicator framework and example that pulls together the analyses from multiple indicators to identify trade entries. You can get the uncommented code for free without buying the eBook, but the full explanation, along with requirements analysis and UML models, is included in the V8 eBook. That will make it easier for you to understand and make use of the framework.

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