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New features of LabVIEW 2015


@falkpl wrote:

I expect great things from 2016.  We are due for a MAJOR release

 


Coming from the guy who suggested conditional auto-indexing tunnels and wire labels. Smiley Surprised

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Ah you teasing bunch of *bleeps*. Everyone's in on the secret except me. Don't leave a fella hanging.... Smiley Tongue

 

Sounds like time for a private message to James. He looks to be the most likely to crack under interrogation. Smiley Wink

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@ToeCutter wrote:

Ah you teasing bunch of *bleeps*. Everyone's in on the secret except me. Don't leave a fella hanging.... Smiley Tongue


Actually, very few people, including those inside of NI (I'm not even sure about everybody inside of LabVIEW R&D), know this secret.  But, due to the many many NDAs I have signed with NI, I must leaving you hanging.


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First, some really good stuff is on the horizon, no joke. To quote the sequal to 2001:A Space Odessy. Someone asked HAL what was going to happen now, and he replies:

"Something Wonderful..."

Second, 2015 has a lot new to offer, but as with last year NI chose to not really talk about it a lot. Even 2014 had a lot more to it than a new icon -- but that is the main thing they talked about.

But back to 2015, NI has also changed the way it handles missing DLLs. Rather than breaking the VI when you load it throws an error when run. Very helpful change that will.make code less brittle and complex.

NI is continuing to open up the low-level APIs sonyou can do things like add to the development right-click menus.

Built executables are smaller, sometimes significantly so. And they load faster.There is a new setting in the application builder to accelerate loading even further, but at the potential cost of longer build times.

Read the release notes, there's lots and lots of good stuff.

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@Alessandro__ wrote:

Really?

 

For me it's a joke.

 

2015 and is this all NI offers? WOW

 

Labview is a joke.

 

I expected a lot more. 2014 was a MEH release, I thought they were set on a 2 years development cycle.

There were official BLOG POSTS about UI changing.... It seems they are not able to do it.

 

Labview can't produce globalized software in 2015, shame on NI ! 

Labview misses so many features of any IDE/ADE that NOW it is almost EMBARASSING.

 

Labivew is a total JOKE at this point.

 

 


This means a lot less coming from someone who only posts to rant about hating LV.  We'd expect you to not be pleased.  Does being angry make you feel better?

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@natasftw wrote:
This means a lot less coming from someone who only posts to rant about hating LV.  We'd expect you to not be pleased.
I recommend to follow Allessandro's own advice and silently respond with his own quote:
"You don't even deserve a response, it's wasted time." (from here)
Don't feed the trolls!

 

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@ToeCutter wrote:

Ah you teasing bunch of *bleeps*. Everyone's in on the secret except me. Don't leave a fella hanging.... Smiley Tongue

 

Sounds like time for a private message to James. He looks to be the most likely to crack under interrogation. Smiley Wink


I'm not in on it which makes me feel more open to speculating. I feel like the direction is pretty obvious if you look through all the #workingonit from the news blog

https://decibel.ni.com/content/blogs/labview-news-english?metc=mtb8b8

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ToeCutter wrote:

Sounds like time for a private message to James. He looks to be the most likely to crack under interrogation. Smiley Wink


My name keeps being thrown around, so now I'm afraid that these guys are going to show up on my doorstep! Smiley Surprised

 

My lips are sealed!

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James.Morris wrote:

My name keeps being thrown around, so now I'm afraid that these guys are going to show up on my doorstep! Smiley Surprised

 

My lips are sealed!


Knights of NI are not the ones you should be scared of (I am one, after all).  It is the NI legal people.


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Since my customers have to wait for approval to upgrade, I will be delayed in getting 2015 on any of my machines but...

 

I BELIVE the bug that affected the ability to collapse libraries in the VI Hierarchy shouold be fixed in 2015. I am looking froward to being able to collapse libraries again.

 

In large application with many libraries, the ability to collapse the "other" libraries allows me to quickly focus on the VIs I am actively working on.

 

Does anyone else use the "Group Libraries" option ?

 

If you have not tried it, I suggest you do.

 

Take care,

 

Ben

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