The website [url removed, login to view] has a feature that allow to download various finance data with delay of 20 minutes.
For example "[url removed, login to view];f=l1" brings an IBM stock price with 20 minutes delay.
There is a possibility to buy yahoo premium service that allows to download a Real Time data via the same format.
For doing this with any browser all I should to do is to sign in via "https://login.yahoo.com/" and from that point all my requests get Real Time answers (cookie?)
I want to implement the same in Matlab. The related script in matlab is "urlread" which is based purely on the Java commands.
There is a ready project (attached) that does the same thing but with 2 flaws: the core of the project is encrypted and the project use the modificated Matlab encrypted "fetch" script that has some bugs.
The original "fetch" script is open (attached) and also uses the "urlread" script.
So at the bottom line what I want is to achieve the same things but with the open code via "urlread" script. For my opinion the freelancer should be Java specialist (Matlab is nice to have but no must I think).
Additional features that I want to add:
ability to perform concurrent downloads, for example if I want to download 10 different requests - instead of downloading 1 each time and waiting for download resuming I will be able to set 10 commands 1 after another and the requests will be downloaded to 10 different files. That's just one possible way to perform it. this is optional feature. Please post me the basic price + the additional feature price.
Regarding the original project - I will give the winner Yahoo Premium account for testing.
The milestones I want to set:
20% at the begining of work
30% at the delivery of the original encrypted work (via .p file or another way)
30% at the delivery of the original open source file
20% for the delivery of the additional feature