LabVIEW User Group

 

Thursday, December 6, 2018

11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

 

Time Out Pizzeria

158 Central Park Square #157

Los Alamos, New Mexico United States

 
Enhance your NI LabVIEW development skills and network with other LabVIEW users in your area. LabVIEW user groups meet regularly to discuss various LabVIEW programming techniques, technologies, application design patterns, and much more. Attendees learn development strategies demonstrated through real-world applications and interact with fellow LabVIEW users creating LabVIEW programs for a wide range of applications and industries.
 
Topic:
Building a Customized Application and Installer
Presented By: Pierre-Yves Bas, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Building an application and an installer is easy but we often go with the default option. This talk will present a look at how to customize the build specification to automate pre/post build action and pre/post installation, as well as how to deal with relative paths between build and development environment. One specific example will present how to access build specification elements via property nodes and how to update a constant on a VI block diagram that contains the checksum of other builds using LabVIEW scripting. 
 
During this meeting, you:
  • Enhance your core LabVIEW skills
  • Discuss the latest LabVIEW technologies
  • Meet with peers and share questions, examples, and challenges
 
Who Benefits from Attending
Local networks of LabVIEW developers share ideas and example code during LabVIEW User Group meetings. Whether you are new to LabVIEW or a longtime wireworker, this meeting presents a unique way to build your LabVIEW skills and network with your peers in your area. Bring your challenges and questions to this meeting.