A few months ago I posted about the announcement from National Instruments at GDevCon#2 about the release of a free LabVIEW Community Edition for non-commercial use.
I’m pleased to announce that as of last week, the beta of the Community Edition is now available!
If you want to get started straight away – click the button and follow the instructions below to get access to the Beta:
Instructions for signing up for the LabVIEW Community Edition Beta
Click the button above or visit ni.com/beta to access the NI Beta signup page – simply select the ‘LabVIEW Community Beta’ and click ‘Apply Now’:
Fill out the form with your details and a little background information about how you’ll be using the Community Edition:
You can then press Save to submit your application. It may take some time for your application to be approved – so in the meantime why not check out my previous post about the LabVIEW Community Edition or my series of posts about using the LINX Toolkit with the Raspberry Pi.
Timing – NI Days Europe
The beta release of the Community Edition has come just in time for NI Days Europe taking place next week – I’ll be there demoing a fun little project using a Raspberry Pi and WebSockets on the Thursday – come and say hello if you see me around!
I’ll also be spending some time on the LabVIEW Community booth so you might also be able to find me there!