TestStand – More than Just Test Execution [Test Management]

For almost 20 years, TestStand has existed as a product from NI. I have been working with TestStand in different contexts since 2006, and I often run across the misunderstanding that TestStand is “just” a test executer. In fact, TestStand is a...

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How to Save 80% of Your Software Development Costs?

How do you quickly succeed with making robust software? At GPower, the keyword is reuse, but as is the case with many other things, care must be taken when reusing.

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Five Things To Do when Upgrading TestStand

What to do when your test system is running on an obsolete version of TestStand and you are not all confident transferring the code to the newest version of TestStand? Here are five advices on how to upgrade your test system.

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What Is New in LabVIEW NXG 4.0?

LabVIEW NXG 4.0 was released as the prelude to NIDays Europe 2019 and was among the topics of discussion at last year's event in November. Here is a summary of the most important innovative features.

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User Interfaces with LabVIEW NXG Web Module

Have you tried making user interfaces with the Web Module in LabVIEW NXG? In this post, Poul Lindholm Pedersen, Ph.D. Physics will give you an overview of the options.

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Want to Become a Better LabVIEW Developer? [Download Free Trial Versions]

Do you want to become a better LabVIEW developer and develop programs in high quality and with high performance? Here, you can among other things download free guides and trial versions of our Expression Parser.

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What Is LabVIEW? [National Instruments]

LabVIEW is a development environment for the graphical programming language G from National Instruments. The programming language is strong when it is used for tasks regarding test, measurement, and control. 

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How to Document Your Code by Using the Built-In Tools in LabVIEW?

Use a type def. cluster and a single feedback node, check conditions once from last iteration, and write only to the single value, when needed, for more clarity. Read the blog post to get more tips in terms of documentation in LabVIEW. 

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