Tag Archives: LabVIEW

JKI’s Highlights From NIWeek 2015

Wow! What a fantastic NIWeek. It may be over but our team at JKI is still reeling from the flurry of information and innovation jam-packed into an amazing week in Austin. From new NI embedded product lines to the launch … Continue reading

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EasyXML Source Code on GitHub (BSD Open Source License)

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 … Continue reading

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JKI’s Unofficial Guide to Fun at NIWeek 2015

Once again, NIWeek is upon us. You’ve got your schedule almost dialed in. You know which technical sessions you’ll be attending (all three of the JKI sessions, of course!) and what booths you must visit but still aren’t sure about what … Continue reading

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Grid-Scale Energy Storage Powered by LabVIEW

Learn how LabVIEW helps prepare DNA samples for sequencing… Continue reading

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Using the JKI State Machine to Interface LabVIEW FPGA Webinar

Recording of a webinar with Javier Ruiz In this hands-on demo, Javier Ruiz, a Certified LabVIEW Embedded Systems Developer (CLED) and JKI Senior Project Engineer, will show you how to create real-time and desktop applications with the JKI State Machine … Continue reading

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Announcing the New “Magic Delay Fairy” Tool for LabVIEW

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 … Continue reading

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JKI State Machine 3.0 Released (Open Source)

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 … Continue reading

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JKI Open Source Projects

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 … Continue reading

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CLA Summit 2013 Europe: “Public Events for Modules” Video & Slides Now Available

I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at the CLA Summit Europe 2013, at NI France in Nanterre (just outside Paris).  This was a fantastic event and it was a lot of fun to meet CLAs from around … Continue reading

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#4 Best Practice for using the JKI State Machine: Use macros instead of “chaining” together sequential states

In my last post on JKI State Machine Best Practices, I explained the #3 Best Practice: Keep the Original Size (i.e. don’t grow the structures).  In this post, I’ll tell you which best practice came in fourth place. The #4 Best Practice: Use macros … Continue reading

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