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LabVIEW NXG 3.0 New Features

Last Modified: August 20, 2018

Refer to the list below to learn what's new in LabVIEW NXG 3.0.

Code Deployment and Distribution

  • Add your hardware configuration to a distribution—After you configure your hardware system in SystemDesigner, go to the Distribution document and add the hardware configuration your project needs to run on a deployed system.
  • Include a splash screen for an application—Display a splash screen that contains loading information when the application launches.

Desktop UI Controls

Third-Party Software Interoperability and Code Integration

Programming Environment

  • See customized content on the launch screen—When LabVIEW NXG launches for the first time, select your industry to view recommended examples and tutorials related to your selection.
  • Include package dependencies when sharing a project—Use the Package Dependencies document to capture a list of packages a project uses so you can set up a development system with the required packages.
  • View wire data from previous VI executions—Configure probes to retain the wire values on a diagram so you can view and analyze the data that flowed through a wire during the most recent VI execution.
  • View the hierarchy of VIs in your application—Open a Call Hierarchy document to view the relationships between the VIs and subVIs in your application.
  • View the inheritance of a class—Open the Class Hierarchy document to see the hierarchy of classes and understand the class relationships between them in your application.
  • Drag and drop source files—Drag a source file from Windows Explorer to the Project Files tab or to the panel or diagram of a VI. The source file will be added to the Links section of your project tree.
  • Create a SystemDesigner report—Capture your hardware system as a CSV file to retain or share. You can create a SystemDesigner report from either the Live view or the Design view.
  • Manage and modify add-on libraries—Create a duplicate of an add-on in your project folder and customize the duplicated add-on to use in your project. You can use the Project document to manage whether your project references the original add-on or duplicated add-on.

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