Dynapanels is a technology which allows
placing controls or indicators in a vi front panel. This technology
does not use any VI Scripting and hence it is perfectly safe to use it
in executable or commercial application.
you can also download the demo application built with LabVIEW 8.2 at http://www.jambhekar.com/index.php/labview-articles/dynapanels.html
I understand that the demo shows very basic proof of concept. But please do give feedback about what additional features will make this even better.
WARNING: Do NOT try to download the demo from the above linked web page. The server is compromised and you get redirected to a fake scareware link!!!!
edit: Seems the link is now offline. Apparently somebody is trying to fix things...
"Seems the link is now offline. Apparently somebody is trying to fix things..."
yes. the code i have uploaded is on my server. and honestly i didnt have any ill intensions in my mind. i am just checking if what you are saying is really the case.
Thanks! Good luck finding the problem.
Here's part of my IE history (bottom is oldest).
As soon as I tried to download the zip, I got redirected to a fake AV scan site (very similar to the image here), showing an animated gif mimicking an AV scanner and trying to entice me to download something. My computer seems clean, so I don't think is is a local problem.
The redirect link (truncated for safety) was: mycomputertotalscann11.com/scan1/?pid=180s1&engine=p3...(long random tail)....
If you want, you can post the zip here until things are sorted out.
1. i am using CMS on my website.
2. as precaution i just rechecked the zip file i have uploaded with latest updated antivirus. but didnt found anything.
3. i reuploaded it and checked if it is really redirecting to any site.
4. in my firefox i could see it is connecting to "Read i.ytimg.com"
5. i further googled i.ytimg.com and came to know that this appears due to fact that i have embedded youtube video in my site. and i.ytimg.com is releted to youtube.
6. i checked if while downloading the zip file is it redirecting to any other site but couldnt find anthing.
can you please let me know in a bit detail what was your observation. so that i can ask my web host to see things further. your "Server is Compromised" statement is alarming to me.
Sorry, we must have replied at the same time.
Above are a few more details.
As I said, I usually don't see these kinds of things so I strongly suspect there was something wrong with your sever. Please recreate the download link and I try again for testing.
i think there was a problem definately . i found one oddly named(Similar to md5 string) file in my downloads folder(which i deleted and made my permissions strict). i will definately ask my host to check up with this redirection issue and what steps i can take to avoid this. thank you very much for your support.
and now the main thing. please let me know your feedback about the example