Monthly Archives: September 2013

Using the Chrome Serial API with chipKIT Digilent UNO32

Introduction Chrome Packaged Apps are evolving to do more, work seamlessly offline, and give developers more control of their user interface.  New APIs allow applications to access OS-level features: networking, bluetooth, and even serial IO. Renaun Erickson has shown how … Continue reading

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Remote Viewing with NI LabVIEW, Digilent UNO32 and Basic I/O Shield

Introduction NI LabVIEW and chipKIT Digilent UNO32 are powerful tools that offer enormous potentialities. Remote monitoring and webserver capabilites of LabVIEW  further enhance our projects. It has been shown here in this blog that NI LabVIEW can be easily connected to … Continue reading

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LabVIEW and VISA interface, with chipKIT Digilent UNO32 and Basic I/O Shield

Introduction NI LabVIEW can communicate with external devices such as microcontrollers through VISA a standard I/O language for instrumentation programming. LabVIEW ties the creation of user interfaces (called Front Panels) into the development cycle. A key feature of LabVIEW over other development … Continue reading

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