Books by Jeffrey Travis:
LabVIEW For Everyone
by Jeffrey Travis
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Applications in LabVIEW
Prentice-Hall. ISBN #0130141445
Applications in LabVIEW is my latest book. This book serves
as a "how-to" guide on creating Internet-enabled virtual
instrumentation, as well as being a valuable reference on all the
major Internet technologies that can be used with LabVIEW: HTTP, HTML,
DataSocket, VI Server, CGI, Java, ActiveX, network security, and more.
The accompanying CD has source code, application software, and ready-to-run
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Need more than just this book? Take the course!
LabVIEW Internet Applications Course,
a highly-acclaimed, hands-on 3-day class based on this book, will
get you jump-started in Internet-enabling your instrumentation systems.
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For Everyone, 2nd ed.
For Everyone. This is the classic introduction to learning LabVIEW,
now completely updated and expanded in its second edition. If you
are a beginner or intermediate LabVIEW user, this friendly yet effective
book will help you master LabVIEW basics in no time. With numerous
hands-on activities, a light-hearted approach, and a CD with example
code, thousands of people worldwide have used LabVIEW for Everyone
as their textbook of choice. More info...
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