Do you want more advanced User Interfaces than you can normally get from LabVIEW? Maybe the user experience needs to be for a touch screen similar to common smartphone interfaces. I’ll show tricks to using the QControl Toolkit to create swipe, scroll, and selection via a touchscreen. This presentation is entirely in LabVIEW (no PowerPoint). Every screen shows demos of how LabVIEW user interfaces can be more modern, animated, intuitive, and easy to use and reuse.
Quentin "Q" Alldredge goes by "Q" and welcomes anyone to use that nickname. He goes by that nickname for both the Star Trek and James Bond references. Q received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Utah State University in 2007. His first job out of school was with ATK (now Northrop Grumman) in Northern Utah where the Space Shuttle rocket boosters were made. They sent him to all of the NI training which he has since turned into his career. Later, he joined the US Air Force as a civilian. While there he earned his CLA certification and led his team to become one of the first LabVIEW Centers of Excellence. He worked on many projects including the A-10 aircraft developing ground support testing equipment. In 2018, Q was inducted into the LabVIEW Champions and loves to share his love of the G language. Q is currently a board member for GCentral, to promote community G programming efforts; an admin for the LabVIEW Wiki (labviewwiki.org); and works for Testeract,