We’re pleased to announce the availability of VI Package Manager 2016! Performance Improvements In this release, the VIPM team has worked hard to improve performance in several areas: startup time ~2x faster check network for packages ~2x faster search for packages ~5x faster sort packages ~5x faster We’re confident that these efforts will be greatly appreciated by VIPM users. Some Bug Fixes Too! Additionally, we’ve worked to fix some important issues affecting users, such as mass compiling of source only VIs. We hope you like VIPM 2016 and the improvements we’ve put into this release make your work with LabVIEW even more efficient! Get
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At JKI, we love working on projects that make a big difference in the world: from biotech, to medical devices, to clean energy, and beyond. That’s why we’re thrilled to announce JKI’s sponsorship and technical advisor role to the CalWave Power Technologies team at UC Berkeley, as they gear up to compete in the finals for the DOE Wave Energy Prize later this summer. (We’re also excited, because we have several UC Berkeley Engineering and Physics grads at JKI — Go Bears!) “We are very excited to have JKI as a partner and technical advisor on this impactful project,” said Marcus
Professional User Interface Design for LabVIEW Do you have an important LabVIEW application that does not look very professional or modern? Did you know that you can increase your return on investment (i.e. generate more business value) by improving the visual design and user experience of your software? Are you an engineer or scientist who appreciates the value of good software design, but don’t really know where to start? After all, you’re not a graphic designer. At JKI, we’re experts in transforming ordinary LabVIEW programs into professional, modern applications that users will love! A simple voice recorder app, written in LabVIEW, that JKI transformed into an
It’s been an eventful 2015 here at JKI! Scroll down for a list of our exciting results and fun facts for 2015… 1… Video Produced! This year, we made a video where Jim Kring explains how JKI uses LabVIEW to help our customers get their innovative high-tech products to market with speed and impact. Watch the video and let us know what you think! 2… New JKI Engineers Hired! Welcome to the team, Danielle and Ian! We’re excited to have you on-board (and up our number of physics grads, too)!
Wishing You a Wonderful Holiday Season! With sincere appreciation for all that you do, we wish you a joyful holiday season and a Happy New Year! – The JKI Team
Cyber Monday is here! What better way to kick off your holiday shopping than by getting something for yourself and your team? This week, we’re taking 50% off all VIPM license purchases and renewals (via credit card on our website). Buy VIPM from our website and enter the discount code CYBERMONDAY at checkout, or click this link to add VIPM Pro to your cart and apply the discount automatically. Have you been thinking of purchasing VIPM Pro for yourself or your colleagues? There’s no time like the present. To learn more about VIPM, visit our website.
JKI is pleased to announce the release of the new Magic Delay Fairy Tool for LabVIEW, a revolutionary new tool for LabVIEW developers working to solve some of the toughest system timing and synchronization challenges. Here’s how this tool can help… Some Bugs Need Fairy Power Let’s say you have a bug in your code shows up as an intermittent problem. Often times, adding a perfectly timed delay into your code can cause the problem to go away… almost like magic. . For
We are happy to announce that JKI State Machine v3.0 has been released as a JKI Open Source Project (BSD license) and is available for download using VIPM. Additionally, we’ve upgraded the sources to LabVIEW 2013 and made a few minor cosmetic tweaks: – Built in LabVIEW 2013 – Added “Event Structure” to the “Idle?” (“”) Case Structure frame – Cleaned up floating labels used for documentation This is a minor release, in terms of new features, but major in terms of it being the first release as an open source project. We hope this proves to make a big difference to the LabVIEW community. If
We are excited to announce that JKI has officially launched its open source software projects on GitHub. JKI strongly believes in contributing to the open source movement and has made several of its LabVIEW libraries and tools available under the BSD License, a very commercial-friendly and permissive free software license (meaning, it’s very safe to use in your proprietary and commercial software applications and you won’t have to share any of your own code with anyone). For starters, we’ve open sourced the JKI State Machine, JKI State Machine Objects, Command Line Build Tools for LabVIEW, and we’ve got plans to release a
To our Friends and Partners, Best wishes for a happy holiday season and a wonderful new year. From all of us at JKI