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Sample Python program to interact with TradingView

To interact with TradingView from Python, you typically use their Webhook feature to receive alerts and trigger actions in your Python program

To interact with TradingView from Python, you typically use their Webhook feature to receive alerts and trigger actions in your Python program. Here's a basic example of how you can set up a Python program to receive alerts from TradingView via Webhook:

```python
from flask import Flask, request

app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/webhook', methods=['POST'])
def webhook():
    data = request.json
    # Process the incoming data from TradingView
    symbol = data['ticker']
    price = data['close']
    alert_type = data['alert']['type']
    print(f"Received alert for {symbol}: {price} ({alert_type})")
    # Add your trading logic here
    return 'OK'

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app.run(debug=True)
```

This Python program uses Flask, a lightweight web framework, to create a web server. It listens for POST requests at the `/webhook` endpoint. When a request is received (which is expected to be from TradingView), the program processes the JSON payload and extracts relevant information such as the symbol, price, and alert type. You can then implement your trading logic based on this information.

To use this program, you would need to deploy it on a server accessible from the internet. You can use a service like Heroku for this purpose. After deploying your application, you would set up a Webhook alert in TradingView to send alerts to the URL of your deployed Python program.

Make sure to handle security considerations such as authentication and data validation in your production application.

caa March 20 2024 37 reads 0 comments Print

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