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  1. Circular Chart Base A flexible and easy way to create high quality circular charts with features such as anti-aliased and translucence, helps you to deal with the boring and time-consuming drawing details. http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/217432 Features Chart Types : Supports multiple types of charts, e.g. , pie chart, doughnut chart, polar area chart, circular bar chart, circular slide, graduated gauge chart. Chart Elements : Multiple types of chart elements can be added to the chart, e.g. , legend, scale, grid, slider, digital, decoration. Slice Modes : Three modes for different overlapping and connecting relationships between slices. Customizable : Most properties of chart objects are customizable. Reusing & Sharing : Charts can export images for reporting, and their styles can also be saved as files for reusing and sharing. Quick-Start : Easy to use, and you can quick-start your development based on several build-in styles. How to Use Single Control : The Circular Chart Add-On is ultimately defined as a single control. Chart Styles : Being edited or loaded with different styles, the chart can be presented in the different types listed above, or even more. Style Designer : The chart style is configured by the Chart Style Designer dialog box, which can be displayed through the right-click menu of the chart, similar to the Properties dialog box of the LabVIEW controls. Auto Reload : After configured, the style can be saved into the chart instance in your VI and automatically reloaded the next time. Data Type : The data type of the chart is 2-D array of SGL numeric. Each row of the array corresponds to a slice in turn, and each column corresponds to a slice parameter you specify in the Chart Style Designer, the available slice parameters include start angle, end angle, inner radius, and outer radius. http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/217432 http://kitx.mystrikingly.com/
  2. Hi, I am making a determined effort to migrate a particular application of mine over the fence to OO, but I would like to be "herded" towards using the correct or proper design pattern(s). This application of mine is a TCP Client app that allows the user to connect to one (1) test server as to display test data in various forms (i.e. tabular, time-histories, gauges, etc.) using a single tab control. There can be up to ten (10) such Clients logged in at one time to the same Server. I have read recently that several folks on NI & LAVA forums advise to move away from the tab control and to use sub panels instead. Combine that with this web page's neat UI plugin example, I seem to be getting close to finding the proverbial "light switch" in the dark room, but ... it could be something else .... Some notes: I do have LabVIEW 2012 at my disposal. The test server is written in C++. Down the road a bit we may need to encrypt the XML stream so I may need to put a LabVIEW web service in between the Server and each Client using SSL - if that's a future design bit to note here but not as important as the basic environment or use case of a TCP Client that displays data via several types of displays - which the display types will only grow in the near future as we all have experienced. So adding different displays should be as "easy" as possible. Note: My question was originally posted here, but I was advised to post it here on LAVA for a more experienced architect to respond. Thank you very much in advance !!! CS
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