Use the web application project template to create an application that can run in a web browser.
In the Projects tab, click Web Application Project, name your project, and click Create.
A web application project includes the following parts:
Web application document (.gcomp)—The container for all the files in your application.
Web Server target—The item in SystemDesigner that represents the web server that hosts the web application.
Open or create a WebVI within the application document and customize the WebVI for your unique programming goals.
Test and debug your code.
Unlike desktop VIs, WebVIs do not support debugging tools such as highlight execution, probes, and breakpoints. However, you can still debug a WebVI by wiring extra indicators to imitate probes and display the data that flows through a wire.
Repeat steps 2–4 to create additional WebVIs.
Once you finish creating and testing your application, build it into a web application that can run in a web browser.
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