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Announcing the LabVIEW 2009 Platform beta

Greetings,

 

You are invited to register for participation in the LabVIEW 2009 Platform beta program.  

 

You can register by visiting http://www.ni.com/beta and selecting "LabVIEW 2009 Platform" from the list of beta programs.  Please complete the profile questions that will help us understand your experience and use cases with LabVIEW.  Make sure you agree to the T&C of the beta program so that you can be approved.

 

After you register, please be patient for the beta coordinators to process your application.  You will be notified when you have been approved. Registration does not necessarily guarantee you a position in the beta program. Determination of acceptance into the program is up to the sole discretion of National Instruments.

 

We will have a private section of the Discussion Forums on NI Developer's Exchange set up for beta users to discuss the beta version of the LabVIEW 2009 Platform.

 

What software is planned to be available?  Note: not all software will be available during the first beta period.

 

  • LabVIEW (32-bit)                                               Windows / Mac / Linux
  • LabVIEW (64-bit)                                               Windows Only
  • LabVIEW RT Module                                         Windows Only
  • LabVIEW FPGA Module                                    Windows Only
  • LabVIEW DSC Module                                      Windows Only
  • LabVIEW Touch Panel Module                         Windows Only
  • LabVIEW Microprocessor SDK Module            Windows Only
  • LabVIEW Control Design & Simulation Module Windows / Mac / Linux
  • LabVIEW Statechart Module                             Windows Only
  • LabVIEW Mobile Module                                    Windows Only
  • Vision Development Module                              Windows Only
  • Application Builder for Windows                       Windows Only                    
  • VI Analyzer Toolkit                                             Windows Only
  • Report Generation Toolkit                                 Windows Only
  • Database Connectivity Toolkit                          Windows Only
  • Internet Toolkit                                                   Windows Only
  • RT Execution Trace Toolkit                              Windows Only
  • Desktop Execution Trace Toolkit                      Windows Only
  • Digital Filter Design Toolkit                               Windows Only
  • Advanced Signal Processing Toolkit                Windows Only
  • Motion Assistant                                                Windows Only
  • PID Tookit                                                          Windows Only
  • Simulation Interface Toolkit                               Windows Only
  • System Identification Toolkit                             Windows Only
  • Adaptive Filter Tookit                                         Windows Only
  • LabVIEW Signal Express                                  Windows Only
  • Unit Test Framework                                         Windows Only

 

We eagerly await your registration.  Thank you for your invaluable help in assisting us design and test LabVIEW.

Regards,
Robert
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Oh dear. Please don't tell me that NI is falling into the silly naming scheme for releases that use years. This scheme, which seems to have been started by Microsoft, is a real pain, and seems to me to be more of a marketing gimmick. What's wrong with version numbers?
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Well, LabVIEW itself isn't in the list, so with "LabVIEW 2009 Platform" they
seem to refer to all the related products? Since they all have different
versions, 2009 Platform seems appropriate, although I don't get the LabVIEW
part in the name...

Regards,

Wiebe.


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Uh, I inadvertantly posted this before setting the beta to public.  Smiley Sad  I've fixed that but it may take a couple minutes to replicate.  If you don't see the 2009 Platform option, say something bad about me under your breath and wait a couple minutes.  Sorry for the inconvenience.
Regards,
Robert
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Do you have a scheduled release date for the final version? Are there more betas (beta 2, release candidate etc.) to come?

 

//Sten

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Sten,

 

normally they have 2 betas and one release candidate.

Waldemar

Using 7.1.1, 8.5.1, 8.6.1, 2009 on XP and RT
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waldemar.hersacher wrote:

Sten,

 

normally they have 2 betas and one release candidate.


 

While I will neither confirm nor deny this, I will not make any further announcements of the beta in this forum. If you would like to participate but cannot actively test right now I would recommend that you apply now and watch the private forum/emails for future information.
Regards,
Robert
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smercurio_fc wrote:
Oh dear. Please don't tell me that NI is falling into the silly naming scheme for releases that use years. This scheme, which seems to have been started by Microsoft, is a real pain, and seems to me to be more of a marketing gimmick. What's wrong with version numbers?

 

Unlike Microsoft, we release LabVIEW every year making year-based naming viable.  Also, version number changes mean different things to different people, thereby making them somewhat of an issue in their own right.
Regards,
Robert
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Wiebe@CARYA wrote:
Well, LabVIEW itself isn't in the list, so with "LabVIEW 2009 Platform" they
seem to refer to all the related products? Since they all have different
versions, 2009 Platform seems appropriate, although I don't get the LabVIEW
part in the name...

Regards,

Wiebe.



 

LabVIEW is the common thread that runs throughtout the items (modules, toolkits, etc.) in the platform release.
Regards,
Robert
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REM1 wrote: 

 

Unlike Microsoft, we release LabVIEW every year making year-based naming viable.  Also, version number changes mean different things to different people, thereby making them somewhat of an issue in their own right.

That's true. Think you can convince all the other companies out there to do the same thing? Ah, that would be nice, wouldn't it? Smiley Happy

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