OpenG Class Templates for Object-Oriented Programming

Posted on Wednesday 20 June 2007

Wow! It is a really exciting time to be a LabVIEW software developer. For the first time ever, we have the ability to create and edit by-reference classes and create our own class templates for use within the LabVIEW project environment, for the low-low price of free! This is all possible due to the hard work and collaboration of Endevo and OpenG (with the OpenG effort lead by Tomi Maila of EXPRESSIONFLOW.com).

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To get started today, visit the OpenG Class Templates for LabVIEW Object-Oriented Programming page on OpenG.org for download and installation instructions. Also you will probably want to read these blog articles, posted by Tomi on EXPRESSIONFLOW:


2 Comments for 'OpenG Class Templates for Object-Oriented Programming'

  1.  
    June 20, 2007 | 8:48 am
     

    Thanks Jim for blogging about OpenG class templates. I’ve done enormous job developing these and it’s nice to see them getting some air under the wings. I really encourage everybody to test drive the templates and Endevo GOOP Development Suite. It’s amazing how much these together speed up the object-oriented development process in LabVIEW.

  2.  
    June 20, 2007 | 8:52 am
     

    Tomi: I agree — developing classes with the Endevo GOOP Development Suite and the variety of class templates available (including OpenG templates) is so much faster than the old way of manually creating class methods. The GOOP>>Add Method dialog is truly amazing.

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