LabWindows/CVI 2015 Now Available
on the latest improvements to the new LabWindows/CVI optimizing compiler, LabWindows/CVI 2015 includes version 3.3 of Clang, the C language compiler front end to the LLVM compiler infrastructure. The upgrade helps developers ensure code reliability by highlighting weak points with added error and warning messages. As a stability release, LabWindows/CVI 2015 contains over 50 bug fixes and improvements to provide a robust development platform for building critical applications for test and measurement.
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Resources for Building a Test System
These comprehensive guides break down the challenges of building a test system into six parts. Use these best practices to ensure you’re building a test system that maximizes efficiency while reducing costs. Also, learn about the latest release of TestStand software and the benefits it delivers to managing your test system.
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Product Updates and Case Study
Wezarp Remote Access to Your
Wezarp by APPANDO enables remote access to your LabWindows/CVI or LabVIEW application from a tablet, smartphone, or desktop. It features two simple C commands to insert the Wezarp server into your code and free client applications for tablets, smartphones, and remote desktops. Wezarp provides an easy remote solution that requires no additional development to control or monitor your test applications.
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Developing a PCB Test Solution in Parallel With Product Development
Learn how Product Technology Partners (PTP) implemented a flame detector test solution that could adapt to an evolving product design and test strategy. To meet tight time constraints, they chose LabWindows/CVI to reuse existing code and architect a text file abstraction for operators to modify test configuration parameters.
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Visualizing Data Through LabWindows/CVI Debugging Tools
Use powerful LabWindows/CVI tools such as Data Tooltip, Watch window, and Graphical Array View to visualize data when debugging.
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Understanding “Break On Change” Watch Expressions in LabWindows/CVI
LabWindows/CVI facilitates advanced debugging through watch expressions and Break On Change features of the Watch window. Understanding the difference between hardware and software watchpoints helps you optimize execution speed while debugging.
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