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An easier way to use TortoiseSVN with LabVIEW

I’m excited to tell everyone that the JKI Team has been hard at work on (and just announced) a tool to make using TortoiseSVN easier to use in your LabVIEW projects.  It’s called the JKI TortoiseSVN Tool for LabVIEW and allows you to use TortoiseSVN from directly within your LabVIEW projects and VIs, without having [...]

The coolest LabVIEW news in a long time

( JKI and LabVIEW )

Wow!!! LabVIEW Scripting (using LabVIEW to programmatically edit LabVIEW code) is going public and you’ll be able to created new LabVIEW features that extend the right-click menu of FP and BD objects.  Check out the lastest blog post on JKI Software for more details:

Announcing the JKI Right-Click Framework for LabVIEW

I’ve already created a few new right-click menu [...]

Introducing the JKI Software Blog

( JKI and LabVIEW )

Recently, JKI announced the new JKI Software Blog.  I wanted to make sure that all of you, the readers of Thinking in G, knew about this great new resource on LabVIEW.  But, I also wanted to explain how the JKI Software Blog relates to this blog, Thinking in G.
Over the years that I’ve been blogging [...]

Video of JKI’s NIWeek 2008 presentation on code reuse

( JKI and LabVIEW and NI Week )

We’ve just posted video of JKI’s sold out NIWeek 2008 presentation on Effective LabVIEW Code Reuse Strategies and Tools.
We used Zentation to mash-up the Google Video with the PowerPoint slides and it turned out very good.  Next year, we’re going to try to focus on taking video of the presenters (hopefully with better lighting), rather [...]

Delivering Sold-out NIWeek Presentations

( JKI and NI Week )
The JKI presentations at NIWeek 2008 were very popular -- the rooms were full to capacity while eager attendees were (unfortunately) turned away at the door due to fire safety concerns.  While the size of the audience is a good indication that people anticipated high-quality presentations, we were thrilled to received direct feedback from many attendees, afterward, who stated how much they enjoyed [...]

Customizing the LabVIEW Palettes is (Ridiculously) Hard

( JKI and LabVIEW and LabVIEW Tips and Rants and VIPM )
Have you ever tried editing the LabVIEW palettes in order to integrate your reusable VIs into LabVIEW?  If you have then you've undoubtedly experienced the frustration of finding your VIs missing from your custom palettes, at some point. Maybe you didn't realize one of the following facts about *.mnu files: Tip: you can skip over this list, because it's probably completely [...]

Using XML Data in LabVIEW Just Got Easier

( Developer Tools and JKI and LabVIEW and XML )
As I've mentioned before, using XML data in LabVIEW is way too hard.  And, according to this poll, 7 out of 10 LabVIEW developers think so, too.  LabVIEW's built-in XML schema and support functions are not at all useful for generating and parsing XML schemas defined by others.  And, the various tools available to LabVIEW developers for generating and parsing XML schemas [...]

VI Package Manager 1.1 Released

( Developer Tools and JKI and LabVIEW and VIPM )
I'm happy to announce that JKI has shipped the 1.1 release of VI Package Manager , a tool that makes it simple to find, download, and install reusable LabVIEW VIs directly into the functions palette. We're very proud of this release, as it adds an important new feature: configuration management. In this release, [...]

JKI and the LabVIEW Community

( JKI and LAVA and LabVIEW and NI Week and OpenG )

One the reasons that NIWeek 2007 was the Best NIWeek Ever was that during the NIWeek 2007 Alliance Day keynote, NI showed a slide called “The LabVIEW Community Online” (shown above) which included JKI’s logo! This slide displayed the logos of various LabVIEW community websites, including discussion forums, blogs, etc. I was extremely [...]

My NIWeek 2007 Presentations

One the reasons that NIWeek 2007 was the Best NIWeek Ever was that I got to present four times! I gave the following two presentations (I presented the latter at three different times):

Using Free and Open Source LabVIEW Software
Developing Commercial Software Applications in LabVIEW

The first presentation, “Using Free and Open Source LabVIEW Software“, was [...]

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