Standard Libraries and Templates

The foundation for standardization and software cost savings is code reuse and building standard code templates and libraries that are shared by the team. This session will guide you in understanding how to write modular code, how to leverage code templates in LabVIEW and finally, how to document those libraries.



Learn how to use LabVIEW packed project libraries (PPLs) to develop large, modular, and scalable applications. Develop apps that load instantaneously, use plug-in architecture to dynamically load modules, publish smaller updates, and ensure your IP is protected. Discover why using PPLs today will help you with GLLs in LabVIEW NXG tomorrow. (After you select the "download" button, you can view slides. Then select the next "download" on the top left to get the slides)
LabVIEW Champion Becky Linton steps you through the process for using templates in facilitate code reuse. Reusing proven and tested code contributes to higher quality and shorter development time.
No matter how hard we try to hide it, without a plan our code will grow into a disorganized messed. This session will provide practical guidance so you can break problem and code into smaller, manageable parts.
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