Internet Applications in LabVIEW

Internet Applications in LabVIEW

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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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  • Paperback | 624 pages
  • 177.8 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 907.18g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130141445
  • 9780130141446

Table of contents

I Introduction to Internetworking LabVIEW 1. Remote Virtual Instrumentation. Introduction. Virtual Instrumentation, LabVIEW, and the Internet. Why Networked Instrumentation. Overview of LabVIEW Features for Internet Applications.2. Internet Technology: A Primer. Overview. Networks and the Internet. The TCP/IP Protocol. FAQs.3. Client-Server Applications with LabVIEW. Overview. Client-Server Models for LabVIEW. TCP Client-Servers in Practice for LabVIEW. UDP Client-Server in LabVIEW. The Remote DAQ Server. FAQs.4. The VI Server. What Is the VI Server? Using the VI Server for Client-Server and Distributed Computing Applications. FAQs.5. DataSocket. Overview of DataSocket. Using DataSocket VIs in LabVIEW. FAQs.II LabVIEW and the Web 6. How the World Wide Web Works. Overview. The Technologies of the Web. Putting It All Together: Web Technologies at Work. FAQs.7. Publishing Web Documents with LabVIEW. Overview. Creating Web Documents from LabVIEW. Accessing Web Documents from LabVIEW. A Summary of the LabVIEW-Web Capabilities. FAQs.8. Advanced Web Technologies: An Overview. CGI and Forms. Java Applets. ActiveX Controls. JavaScript. ActiveServer Pages (ASP). Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Document Object Model (DOM). Dynamic HTML (DHTML). XML (eXtensible Markup Language). Multimedia and Plug-Ins on the Web. E-commerce.9. Using CGI with LabVIEW. Overview of CGI. Some More Background on CGI. LabVIEW and CGI Applications. FAQs.10. Using ActiveX with LabVIEW. ActiveX Overview. LabVIEW and ActiveX. Controlling LabVIEW Over the Web with DataSocket and ActiveX Controls. FAQs.11. Using Java with LabVIEW. Overview. Java Programming. Using the DataSocket JavaBean. Other Techniques for Using Java and LabVIEW. FAQs.12. Network Security Issues and Solutions. Overview of Net Security. Security Considerations of LabVIEW Network Technologies. Security Considerations of LabVIEW Web Technologies. FAQs.III LabVIEW and Other Internet Protocols 13. Using LabVIEW with Other Internet Protocols. Overview. E-Mail. FTP. Other Internet Protocols. FAQs.IV Practical Applications 14. Practical Considerations for LabVIEW Internet Applications. Designing Internet-Enabled Virtual Instrumentation. Databases and Other Related Stuff We Didn't Talk About. Looking Ahead: The Future of Net-Enabled Instrumentation.15. Real-World LabVIEW-Internet Applications. LabVIEW as World Wide Web Server and Internet Interface to Operating Equipment. Remote Test Monitoring with LabVIEW and DataSocket. Programming Tools Give Internet-Based Instrumentation Extra Interactivity. Remote Manipulation with LabVIEW for Educational Purposes. Using Java Applets to Control DC Servo Dynamometer System Remotely. Information Passing Over a LAN Using LabVIEW. Process Control Over an Intranet with BridgeVIEW.Appendix A: CD-ROM Contents. Appendix B: Resources. Appendix C: References. Glossary. Index.
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