LabVIEW Development Services
LabVIEW is unique in that it's designed to be visually intuitive. It features a graphical programming approach that allows for high-level visualization of each aspect of the application. This includes everything from hardware configuration to debugging.
LabVIEW is typically used by companies that manufacture some type of hardware and/or complex systems. This includes industries like medical devices, military/aerospace, automotive, telecom, energy and power, and consumer electronics.
Why Choose LabVIEW?
LabVIEW might not be as popular as some other programming languages, but it certainly has its place. And in some cases, it’s the only practical option. Here are a few of the reasons why our clients choose software and applications powered by LabVIEW:
Very few programming languages are intuitive - at least not initially. They take time to learn (and typically work in a manner that’s contrary to the human brain’s preferred methods of processing information). LabVIEW, on the other hand, uses intuitive graphical programming that makes it easy for developers and non-developers alike to understand what’s happening at a very fundamental level.
LabVIEW allows for parallel processing as part of the language. This means that your application can perform multiple tasks at once (and with ease). This results in a more efficient and productive solution.
The intuitive nature of LabVIEW makes common programming tasks like debugging easy to manage. This results in fewer user-side issues and errors.
LabVIEW Development & Consulting
The majority of programmers won’t touch LabVIEW. They either don’t understand how it works, or they’ve never had to learn it. At Dev.co, not only do we have developers with LabVIEW experience, but we also take pride in building up and supporting the LabVIEW community.
Whether you’re looking for LabVIEW development services for your business, or you’re interested in hiring a LabVIEW consultant to help you analyze your current solutions and make suggestions for improvement, we have the resources to help.
The DEV.co LabVIEW Development Process
The problem you’ll encounter with most developers is that they’ll try to rush you through the development process to get you in and out of their workflow pipeline as quickly as possible. But while they play the numbers game, we believe in quality over quantity. That’s why we begin each project with an in-depth discovery phase that helps uncover wants, needs, goals, and expectations.
With the foundational building blocks in place, we can start to construct a plan for what your application will look like and how we can move from idea to finished product with minimal friction.
Armed with a thorough plan, we move on to the development phase. This is where the rubber meets the road, so to speak. But thanks to our strategic approach, this phase tends to move quicker than expected.
No application is actually complete until it’s been tested, debugged, and improved upon. We’ll continue to monitor the application until it’s been battle-tested.
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At Dev.co, we take pride in our ability to provide clients with a diverse array of development services. Whether you’re interested in LabVIEW or another advanced programming language, we have the experience and resources to help you achieve your goals. Please contact us today to learn more!
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- LabVIEW was originally released for the Apple Macintosh in 1986.
- LabVIEW is software-based, which gives it more flexibility than other systems.
- Whereas other programming systems use text-based languages, LabVIEW creates lines of code using a graphical programming language that’s referred to as “G.”
- A LabVIEW program consists of one or more virtual instruments (VIs). Each VI has three main components: a front panel, block diagram, and icon.
- LabVIEW is common in engineering companies, test departments, and laboratory settings.