We are happy to announce that the JKI EasyXML Toolkit for LabVIEW has been released under an the BSD open source license on GitHub, here: https://github.com/JKISoftware/JKI-EasyXML Currently, only the source code is on GitHub and we haven’t released the built package yet. That’s coming, since there are some performance and other improvements we’re working on. If you’re interested in contributing, please Contact JKI.
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This is a guest post by Dan Shangraw, P.E., Certified LabVIEW Developer, and Owner of Automated Software Technology (AST), a Certified National Instruments Alliance Partner in Michigan with over 10 years’ experience developing custom measurement systems. If you need a small or short-term LabVIEW project done well, contact them! Saving Test Data In XML Using LabVIEW by Dan Shangraw, P.E. Owner, Automated Software Technology Introduction Most significant LabVIEW software projects involve acquiring and saving data in some way. After all, what’s the use of all the data we acquire unless we do something with it later? However, in my experience
Live from NIWeek 2011… we’re delighted to announce that NI has selected JKI’s EasyXML Toolkit as a LabVIEW Add-on of the Year in the VI Library category! The EasyXML Toolkit for LabVIEW is a simple set of VIs that make generating and parsing XML data in LabVIEW as easy as creating a cluster. It’s NI Certified as Gold Compatible with LabVIEW. Try it! You can download the free trial directly from within LabVIEW 2011. Just click on the Find LabVIEW Add-ons… link in the Getting Started window to launch the LabVIEW Tools Network. Search for EasyXML, and click the Install button. VIPM will
JKI is proud to be a supporter of the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC). But as the 2011 FIRST championship gets underway in Saint Louis this week, JKI is providing more than just mentorship. National Instruments engineers Mark Black, Aaron Pena, Patrick Corcoran, and Kyle Smoot are part of NI’s on-the-ground “control system advisors” team for FRC. They help teams solve technical problems and fix bugs (bugs?! what bugs??) in the robots during the competition. For the 2011 event they’ve used LabVIEW and JKI’s EasyXML Toolkit to create an FRC Team Support application that allows teams in Saint Louis to use mobile devices
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