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  1. LabSocket enables LabVIEW applications to be easily accessed using a web browser, without the need for browser plug-ins or run-time engine on the client. The latest release of LabSocket includes support for Waveform Graphs and Charts, XY Graphs and MultiColumn ListBoxes. An option to integrate LabSocket with the Moodle CMS is available as well. A detailed User Guide and downloadable demo of this release are at: http://labsocket.com/userguide_demo.html. Below is a screenshot of a test VI (left) and its representation in a browser (right). LabSocket-RT, a special version of LabSocket
  2. Name: LabView <-> google maps websocket interface Submitter: Gribo Submitted: 29 Dec 2013 Category: *Uncertified* LabVIEW Version: 2012 License Type: GNU Public A simple bi-directional interface between Labview and Google maps, using Websocket. See readme.txt for instructions. Click here to download this file
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    A simple bi-directional interface between Labview and Google maps, using Websocket. See readme.txt for instructions.
  4. Hello LAVA. Here's an idea for those interested in browser-based monitoring of cRIO-9068 performance. A few years ago I developed the collectdViewer system as a demonstration to the "DevOps" community of the benefits of using WebSockets for server monitoring. Operation of the system is quite simple conceptually: The system uses a collectd daemon (http://collectd.org) to monitor the performance parameters (eg CPU, memory, network activity) of a Linux platform. This performance data is then sent via a message broker and a WebSocket connection to a browser for display. The WebSocket
  5. WebPanel, an open-source monitoring and control framework based on Javascript, SVG, and WebSocket, is launched at Evexia. The download includes the code originally posted on the LabVIEW, WebSockets, and SVG thread with some minor script improvements and the addition of some new elements (plus removal of some old, sorry). The included LabVIEW server has been brought up to version 2011. Here is a screenshot: As with the original version, this first released version is intended as a demonstration of using Javascript+WebSocket+SVG for remote monitoring and control. Prefabricated graphica
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