After integrating TradeButton on your app or website, any user can click on it to buy or sell stocks. Upstox will authenticate the user and then show them an Order Entry window. The order entry window will contain the stocks you have linked to.
This initialises the script and you can now construct your own TradeButtons.
Create your first TradeButton
TradeButtons can be either Upstox branded buttons or your own custom buttons. I’d like to show you an example of how to create a branded button. Take a look at the following code sample to see a live example.
You can create a TradeButton with just a single order or multiple orders.
Once you create your TradeButton and launch it, the user will see a login page when s/he clicks on it.
After clicking on Login, they will see the stocks/derivatives pre-filled for their review.
They can edit the order on the review screen and then place it. Once it’s placed, the user can track the order on any Upstox platform.
The API documentation has been updated to show you all the options of the TradeButton. You can pick between intraday and delivery, stop loss and regular orders, limit vs. market. The Upstox team is working on adding cover order and bracket order abilities as well.
If you have any questions or feedback, find Upstox’ team of developers on the Upstox Forum. Post your questions and comments there and they’ll get back to you as soon as they take a break from their daily routine of coding.