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This is a weekend project (ok, several weekends now) I've been meaning to share for a while. It's a proof of concept which I'd like to get some feedback on before I invest more time. The idea is to provide a toolkit that uses LabVIEW webservices to serve an interactive HTML5 representation of any application's front panel(s) as an easy way to monitor and control the application (over the internet) without the need for heavy applications or runtime engines. Just a browser. And because not everyone is a also web-developer, the work required to create that website should be done entirely by the
Here is a simple .net (C#) application designed as a special web server. It controls any application running on the server via a remotely connected mobile or desktop HTML5 compliant browser. Prerequisites for testing this "Proof of concept application" 1) Install the .Net runtime. I normally use version 4.0 2) Create a directory and unzip all the files. The steps you need to follow to run the application are: a) Start the application you wish to control - say a Labview VI screen b) Run the web server executable in the attachment. c) You should now see a screen as shown below. d) Sel