Q: How did the chicken cross the LabVIEW application? (A: Transport)
The Syslog protocol is a simple UDP communication standard for sending messages from distributed systems and processes to a central collector for logging and later analysis. It can be used for debugging embedded and distributed applications by sending simple messages from the embedded code to a separate system running the syslog collector, also called the syslog server or daemon.
Fork of the ZMQ socket library, originally found in http://zeromq.org/bindings:labview. The original Author of the LabVIEW binding is Martijn Jasperse, email@example.com. This fork was created to simplify deployment of the library though GPM, update to v2017 of LabVIEW and simplify mainteneance.
An abstraction layer API built to help communicate with databases from LabVIEW.