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Workers SDK by Scarfe Controls - Toolkit for LabVIEW Download

Simple LVOOP QMHs for LabVIEW

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Version5.0.0.7
ReleasedMar 08, 2024
Publisher Scarfe Controls
License Not Specified
LabVIEW VersionLabVIEW>=17.0
Operating System Windows
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Description

Welcome to Workers for LabVIEW! It is the goal of Workers to provide you with both a framework and the development tools required to efficiently create scalable asynchronous applications in LabVIEW.

Workers is based on the well-known Queued Messenger Handler (QMH) design pattern and a Workers QMH is designed to have the same look and style as the LabVIEW QMH template that ships with LabVIEW. It is recommended that you are familiar with this design pattern before you start developing with Workers or that you at least have some experience with the ‘Producer-Consumer’ design pattern.

While being simplistic in its development style, Workers is also an Object Oriented (LVOOP) framework, allowing more advanced developers to develop their applications using inheritance, reducing the amount of re-work and duplicated code required by each QMH (called a Worker).

The Workers SDK provides you with the Workers framework API and a range of development tools that allow you to create Workers and plug them together to form multi-process applications, tools to create Public and Local APIs for your Workers, as well as a dedicated debugger that allows you to manage and observe the behavior of your Workers applications at run-time on a local network.

More information can be found here: https://workersforlabview.gitbook.io/documentation

Release Notes

5.0.0.7 (Mar 08, 2024)

Changes for this release can be found here:
https://workersforlabview.gitbook.io/documentation/v/5.0/whats-new-in-v5.0/new-features/change-log


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