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Explore the world of NI LabVIEW and the graphical system design approach through this 12-part webcast series:
Learning any programming language is a journey, often fraught with dangers and temptations. See how learning LabVIEW, whilst still a journey, can be eased by National Instruments and the wider community, allowing you to take the faster route to success.
LabVIEW is a comprehensive development environment that contains all the tools engineers and scientists need to design and deploy measurement and control systems. In this webcast, learn the fundamentals of graphical system design and discover how LabVIEW can benefit your applications by providing diverse real-world measurements, signal processing and analysis, advanced control and desktop, embedded and industrial deployment.
Learn how you can use LabVIEW graphical system design software to accelerate your productivity and create custom applications for data acquisition and instrument control. LabVIEW provides tight integration with hardware, simplifying the process of automating measurement acquisition from a wide variety of sensors and 3rd party instruments over any bus. Additionally, LabVIEW has built-in data analysis functions, visualisation components and sharing features so that you can save time as you translate results into decisions.
Understand how LabVIEW can be used to communicate with and get data from your instruments. See how the power of the graphical approach and hardware abstraction allows you to concentrate on the task and not on the bus that it uses.
In this session, focus on the evolution of an application from a single loop to using the Queued Message Handler (QMH), which is a fundamental design pattern for many NI LabVIEW architectures. Also, learn methodologies for communicating among loops, stopping parallel loops, handling errors, and other key concepts, such as functional global variables
In this webcast, learn how LabVIEW 2013 stands firm as the ultimate system design software. With over 25 years success, LabVIEW has enabled engineers worldwide to innovate with confidence. Learn how LabVIEW continues to enhance the integrity and efficiency of system design.
LabVIEW 2013 features new templates and sample projects that reduce development time and complexity, by providing strong foundations for new applications. This webcast discusses the value of the LabVIEW design patterns, such as state machines and queued message handlers, and how to select an appropriate core architecture for your software.
Whether you're an individual developer or working in a large team, the use of software development best practices can help ensure the quality and reliability of your LabVIEW applications. Learn how the use of Project Libraries and other configuration management tools can help enforce good coding practices and make your development process easier.
It is rare for a single engineer to work alone when developing a large, complex LabVIEW application. For the vast majority of applications, a team of developers or engineers will work together on the same set of code. Hear from a LabVIEW Developer why source code control is so important and hear him discuss setting it up, managing it and living with it on a daily basis.
Join this demo-centric webcast to learn how event-based programming can simplify your design and implementation. Learn the capabilities of the static and dynamic events within LabVIEW and see how they can be put into action as both an enhancement to the user interface and for data transfer.
In this session we will cover the when and why of moving to an object-oriented programming (OOP) approach. We will then cover several of the common OOP design patterns, their implementation in LabVIEW and reasons for utilising these specific patterns.
This webcast is hosted by a highly skilled Certified LabVIEW architect, who will introduce tips, tricks and best practices that will help you program LabVIEW like you've been doing it for years.