Learning to create interactive web pages as part of your LabVIEW application can be daunting. The goal of these examples is to provide bite-sized instruction that builds on itself so you don't get lost in the weeds as you make your journey from n00b to hacker.
In addition to these LabVIEW-specific demos, there is a lot of general web knowledge we will learn along the way. If you are feeling brave, skip a couple steps and see if you can figure it out. If you get lost, backtrack until an example you feel comfortable with. If you are still lost, post a discussion question in this group so we can help you!
Community members, if you see a gap in the content here, please leave a comment - or better yet - help create a document that fills in that gap and post it to this group!
1. Introduction to the LabVIEW Web Server
2. Web Building Tutorial
3. My First LabVIEW Web Service - Adding Two Numbers
A tutorial from the LabVIEW Help. This is the first step to see LabVIEW publish data through a web service to your browser. It won't be glamorous, but you will feel the magic of LabVIEW on the web!
6. Sending Other Types of Data to the Web - Viewing an Image of your Front Panel
We've done some basic tutorials using numbers. What other kinds of data can we send using LabVIEW Web Services? In this tutorial, we get an image of the front panel, and then use LabVIEW Web Services to send the image to the web!
This is a good start - but you have so much more ahead of you in your web development learning journey. Let's learn how to publish data from your system in the Web Services Publishing Data Series.