New to Pine?
Begin your journey with our Learning Pine Roadmap.

Have a question on Pine?
Your answer is probably already in our FAQ & Code.
If not, look up the Reference Manual, the User Manual, or search the Web.
As a last resort, ask on Stack Overflow or in the Pine Script chat room on TradingView.

Want to stay abreast of Pine news?
Subscribe to our PineCoders Squawk Box on Telegram, or follow our Twitter account or the Pine Script chat room.

Looking for a professional Pine programmer?
See our Trusted Pine Programmers for Hire.

Looking for more resources on Pine?
Use our Pine Resources.

Want to make a suggestion to improve Pine, or report a bug?
Send it by email to our Trello board.

Interested in broadening your vistas?
We have a guide on Digital Signal Processing in Pine,
one on How PineCoders Write and Format Script Descriptions,
and a list of books.

PineCoders is a TradingView-supported group of programmers who code in Pine Script, which is used to write trading indicators and strategies for the TradingView financial charting platform.

We collaborate with TradingView’s Pine team to steer the future of the language and make Pine indicators and strategies easier to use for the at-large TV community of traders.

We pilot the PineCoders moderator account on TV, from where we moderate scripts published in the Public Library, answer questions in the Pine Script chat, publish open source tools and examples in Pine, and follow leading publishers of open-source scripts on TV.

Pine Reference Manual
Pine User Manual