Refer to the list below to learn what's new in LabVIEW NXG 3.1.
Code Deployment and Distribution
Export the hardware configuration of a target—After you configure a hardware system in SystemDesigner, capture the hardware dependencies in an NI Hardware Configuration file (.nihwcfg) and deploy it to another system to apply.
Include a splash screen for an application—Display a splash screen that contains loading information when the application launches.
Debug an Executable—After building an executable, you can debug the executable.
Run operations using the command line interface—Automate the build process for applications and libraries using a pre-defined set of commands.
Desktop UI Controls
Display hierarchical text data—Use the tree control to group string data as a hierarchical list of items in multiple columns. Create a reference to the tree control and use the reference with the tree properties.
Panel Containers—Use a panel container to display the panel of a running VI in the panel of the current VI. Create a reference to the panel container and use the reference with the Panel Container nodes and panel container properties.
Third-Party Software Interoperability and Code Integration
Import and export MATLAB® data—In a G dataflow application, you can import data from or export data to MATLAB using MATLAB formatted binary files (.mat).
MATLAB® is a registered trademark of the MathWorks, Inc.
Migrating LabVIEW Source Code to LabVIEW NXG