NI Week 2016 is upon us! Click below to live stream the keynotes and make sure to test drive our Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black Mini Sumo Robots in the LabVIEW Zone!
A 4WD all terrain robotic platform which runs on Arduino UNO using XBee wireless technology and LabVIEW.
There has been a lot of discussion on the forums about how to add a user interface to your LabVIEW application running on BeagleBone Black or Raspberry Pi. While LINX 3.0 supports low level communication protocols like TCP and UDP on BBB and RPI there is still a lot of work required to build a GUI on top of these protocols.
I'm happy to announce that we've posted a LINX 3.0 target side update that adds support for LabVIEW Web Services and Data Dashboard making both local and remote GUI's a whole lot easier.
What is a 'target side' update?
A 'target side' update means the software on the target (BBB/RPI) needs to be updated but the software on the development PC does not need to be updated.
What is a LabVIEW Web Service?
Note: The browser could be running locally on the BBB/RPI, on the dev PC, a mobile phone, or anywhere that has access to the device.
What is Data Dashboard?
Data Dashboard is a free app for Android and iOS tablets that makes it easy to create dashboards for LabVIEW Web Services.
Great, how do I get the update?
Since the target side software is pulled from feeds.labviewmakerhub.com during target configuration there is no need to install an update on the development computer.
- Run the LINX Target Configuration Wizard
- Connect to the BBB/RPI
- Click the Install Software Tab
- Click Install
After the update the Installed Version should be 14.1_11.
Checkout the videos below to get started using LabVIEW Web Services and Data Dashboard:
I'm excited to announce the launch of LINX 3.0 which adds the ability to deploy LabVIEW code to run on BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi 2 and 3.
It's easy to get started running LabVIEW applications on BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi:
- Add a BeagleBone Black or Raspberry Pi target to your LabVIEW project.
- Move a VI under the target.
- Click Run!
Check out our LINX 3.0 Getting Started Guide for details and visit Digilent to get a copy of LabVIEW Home and a BeagleBone Black or Raspberry Pi.
Do you have a LabVIEW project that could shatter the record for most money raised on Kickstarter? We want to see it!
- The MakerHub founders will judge projects based how much crowd funding they think the project would receive (you don't actually have to do a kickstarter).
- Deadline is June 11, 2016
- 2 winners will be selected
- One veteran community member (joined before March 11)
- One rookie community member (joined on or after March 11)
- Winners announced by June 30, 2016
Here are some ideas to get you started: