One of our missions at Sparkflow is to share our knowledge and experience with other LabVIEW users. That’s why we’re always keen to take part in events like LabVIEW User Group Meetings at Silesian University of Technology and AGH. We gave presentation about code modularity, showing why modular code is necessary to keep the application architecture maintainable and expandable. Other presentations, gave by Maciej Antonik from National Instruments, included programming patterns – from state machines implementation to multithreaded architectures. There were also some examples of using LabVIEW Scripting.
It is worth noting that NXG development doesn’t stop “traditional” LabVIEW releases. Both environments will be released side by side for the next couple of years, until NXG will get functional parity with current-generation. However, it is possible to migrate the code to new environment using some of the tools available in NXG, though you should always consider pros and cons of that step. If you’re facing this decision or you’re not sure if LabVIEW NXG is suitable for your next project – don’t hesitate to contact us, we can help you make the right choice.