I was looking for the Labview training guide for the First tech challenge and the source come up as "Not Found" or it may have been deleted. Does anybody know why this is or where else i could go to learn about Labview programming for FTC?
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It looks like the old training document is no longer avalible due to an error in our system so had I create a new document with the complete FTC Training material. The new doc has been entering into the system and is awaiting approval by our moderators, and should be live shortly. Sorry for the inconvenice we are working to prevent this error in the future.
At the heart of every high-performing FTC robot is the programming code telling each mechanism how and when to perform a task. If you're a new (or old) team, the challenge of programming may loom large between you and your tournament. I want to take a little time and explain the programming languages and layout some resources that will help (if I may) crack the programming code.
LabView, included free in each team's registration kit (courtesy of National Instruments), is a graphical programming language that allows you to test, program and deploy code to the NXT. If you have students familiar with the FIRST Lego® League, they may be familiar with NXT G, which is similar. Here are some other key items to note:
Thanks in Advance