As the PathLit API is evolving all the time, this page describes the changes to the platform. We aim to keep the technology backward-compatible, but breaking changes can occur. When this happens, we are commited to providing early notice and support.
PathLit is built on a modern technology stack, mostly open source and cloud native. We are dedicated in providing fintechs an easy to use, straight-forward low level brick of technology they can use in their stack so they can deliver the best experience to their customers.
Performances with R were not satisfactory, the
weights/paths/sims endpoints have been refactored (and tested) with a better performing programming language: Rust. Official website.
- optimiser/weights Initial release - implementation in R
- optimiser/paths Initial release - implementation in R
- optimiser/sims Initial release - implementation in R
- marketdata/info Initial release - implementation in Go