Archive for the 'National Instruments' Category
I’m excited about the new LabVIEW Idea Exchange where users can share and vote on ideas for LabVIEW features. In fact, I’ve already posted an idea, Option for Disabled Structures to Not Use Default Value for Unwired Output Tunnels, which was taken from a previous post (a rant, really), here at Thinking in G.
I’m thankful [...]
I'd like to challenge developers at NI to find more ways to incorporate
stand-alone (built) LabVIEW applications into their internal systems
of the major pain points in my day-to-day use of LabVIEW (which I love)
is building stand-alone applications. I suspect that the reason this is
so painful for me is that (in addition to my use cases [...]
It’s been over 20 years now that National Instruments has been refining LabVIEW as a powerful test, measurement, and automation platform, as well as a general purpose graphical data flow programming language. For many years, LabVIEW’s slogan was "
the software is the instrument
". NI even named the basic building block [...]