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Honey Framework UI

  • Creates HF services as background processes
  • Enables order types (Ping/Pong, Iceberg, TWAP and Accum/Dist)
  • Create customer order types (coming soon)


git clone
cd bfx-hf-ui
npm  install

Create folder to store local db

mkdir ~/.honeyframework
touch ~/.honeyframework/algos.json
touch ~/.honeyframework/hf-binance.json
touch ~/.honeyframework/hf-bitfinex.json
touch ~/.honeyframework/ui.json

Run in the browser

npm run build
npm run start-server
npm run start-ds-bitfinex
npm start

Build electron app manually

Generates an installable application to run independently from the browser. Once you have ran the below command navigate to the

folder and select the instillation executable file for the operating system that you are using.
npm run build
npm run dist-win-unpruned # for windows
npm run dist-mac # for mac
npm run dist-linux # for linux

Install pre-built electron app

Head to the latest cut releases and locate the most recent release. Once there you will see installers attached for

. Run the installer for the operating system that you are using.

The UI

Starting the HF UI will spawn all of the Honey Framework services that are needed to register custom algo-order definitions in the background. Currently (as of release 1.0.0) the UI will register the built in default order types which will be instantly available for use in the UI. For more info on how to use algo orders once the UI is running head here.

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Up and coming features

  • Ability to code your own definitions from within the UI
  • Real-time info updates on executing orders
  • Ability to Enable/Disable order definitions


  1. Fork it (
  2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (
    git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch (
    git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Trigger Travis build

Travis automatically builds and deploys this code to the github releases page whenever a commit specifying a new tag ('v3.0.4', 'v5.0.4' ect...) is merged into master.

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