Free Beta Versions of LabVIEW(R), BridgeVIEW(TM), and LabWindows(R)/CVI toolkits available on the InstrumentationWeb(TM)
National Instruments introduces new toolkits that add Internet capabilities to the company's popular LabVIEW, BridgeVIEW, and LabWindows/CVI software development environments. With the Internet Developers Toolkits, users can easily extend their LabVIEW, BridgeVIEW, and LabWindows/CVI applications to display information on the World Wide Web, as well as programmatically send e-mail messages or FTP data files. With these tools, developers can now easily monitor virtual instruments running in remote locations, publish experiment results on the web, and automatically notify operators of alarm conditions or status information.
Because the Internet and World Wide Web provide an easy-to-use, distributed communication mechanism for most technical professionals, many scientists and engineers have integrated it into their everyday development practices. Many developers use the web to display experimental results to their colleagues, distribute files among team members, and archive historical test data.National Instruments