LabVIEW Internet Applications explains in detail how to connect instrumentation systems to the Internet or an intranet using LabVIEW and current Internet technologies. Requiring some prior basic knowledge of LabVIEW, but little knowledge of Internet technologies, it guides students step-by-step through the essentials of all the relevant technologies—including HTML, CGI, Java, ActiveX, DataSocket, Internet security, and more. Students quickly and easily learn how to set up virtually any LabVIEW program to be monitored or controlled from a Web browser.
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Virtual instrumentation, virtually anywhere
Learn how to apply the latest Internet technologies to bring LabVIEW to life on the Internet or inside your organization's intranet. You can create networked virtual instrumentation systems that are available wherever and whenever you need them. Whether you need to monitor your Virtual Instruments (VIs) over the Web, or create a remote control system through your LAN, you will find the tools and techniques to create networked applications in this book.
Review the basics of the Internet and its key applications from the viewpoint of LabVIEW, then learn to set up secure client-server applications. Hands-on examples and activities are given throughout the book.
Internet Applications in LabVIEW is the first book that specifically combines Internet technologies with LabVIEW know-how. Use these powerful tools to enhance collaboration and keep pace with today's decentralized computing environments. Now you can have LabVIEW everywhere!
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The CD-ROM contains code and solutions for the book's activities, plus a variety of software for both Microsoft® Windows® and Macintosh® operating systems.
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JEFFREY TRAVIS lives in Austin, Texas, where he develops custom software solutions for remote Internet controls and monitoring, virtual instrumentation, and Web applications. He is also an inventor of AppletVIEW, a Java toolkit for LabVIEW. Jeffrey holds a Masters in Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and is the co-author (with Lisa Wells) of the 1997 Prentice Hall PTR book LabVIEW for Everyone (ISBN 0-13-268194-3). Jeffreys homepage is at http-//JeffreyTravis.com.
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Book Description Prentice Hall PTR, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130141445