Thursday, April 02, 2009

"Large LabVIEW Application Development" and "UI Interest" Groups

One of my colleagues, Elijah Kerry, has a group on NI Communities dedicated to "Large LabVIEW Application Development." His recent blog post on "Professional User Interfaces in LabVIEW" has links to numerous examples of "the level of customization and flexibility that LabVIEW controls and indicators provide." Please check it out!

Also, be sure not to miss the UI Interest Group, which has cool info and examples, including the " Inspired Custom Control Suite" (which Jim Kring has kindly created a VI Package for, so you can easily install it with the VI Package Manager).

Finally, I'd like to send out a personal thank you to Christopher Relf for the kind comments about my article in the latest Instrumentation Newsletter, entitled Your VIs: Good, Bad, or Ugly? The article is available online for anyone who missed it in the mail!


Anonymous ASM said...

Hi Christina:

Firstly congrats for such a great blog. I'm a LabVIEW Developer and a great fan of yours.

The link to "Large Application Development" leads to an image. Where can I find the actual community/blog?

Secondly, we'll appreciate if you include examples in earlier versions also on Eyes on VIs or communities at NI ForumThanks and please keep blogging...

2:52 AM, May 24, 2009  
Blogger Christina said...


I changed the images to link to the large app and UI groups. Thanks for letting me know!

I can try to provide earlier versions of VIs when possible (i.e. when not using features that are only in later versions). What version of LabVIEW do you use?

Thanks for reading my blog and thanks for using LabVIEW!

7:09 AM, May 26, 2009  

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