Ever want to drop a for loop around a chunk of code and Not have auto indexing created on all the terminals and have all terminals that you want to 'pass through' the loop be turned to Shift Registers?
If you are reading this blog, you probably already know that the LabVIEW Partner Program has created the Add-on Dev Center,Third Party Licensing & Activation Toolkit,and the LabVIEW APIs Communities to be THE go-to resource for all technical content that an LabVIEW Add-on developer needs. From tutorials to examples to videos, we have gathered tons of information from our technical and marketing team in one place for new and experienced developers to help make the best product possible. However as the new product release cycle and year start to ramp up, we want to make sure that we are continuously adding new and relevant information to our database. So I ask this to you, the add-on developers of the world: What can we do to make sure that the ADC continues to be the resource that it has been?
What content would you like to see here to learn more about LabVIEW?
How can we better present ADC content?
What topics are you interested in learning about?
How can WE make YOU the best LabVIEW developer possible thus making your product even more AWESOME that it already is?
This is your chance to give us your feedback and tell us exactly how we can shape this Community group to fit your needs. Please give us any suggestion, either big or small. You can drop a note on this Blog post, or send a more private email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll address as many of the requests as we can.