@cs 36 packages published

A session framework for abstraction of business logic through a by reference API
An implementation of Futures-Promises-Continuations all wrapped up in asynchronous Task objects.
Composed Event Logger is an extendable, ready to use LabVIEW event logger. Injectable event destinations, referred to as 'sinks', log entry formats, and application wide error processing allow extension and customization
An Actor-based Separation-of-Concerns framework (MVVM) for very cool LabVIEW developers
Core framework components to run a headless MVA application on a PC or real-time target
Simple User Manager with persistence and encryption.
A malleable, by reference, linked list
A test executive library for adding sequencing with flow control to your application. The API uses malleability to keep typing of attributes flexible, and has an abstract Test Step class so that test steps are extensible and specific to your context.
User interface components for building a complete MVA Framework separation of concerns application
Messaging extensions to the LabVIEW Actor Framework
A user interface with a customizable API for building and editing test sequences created with the Test Executive.
Simple data type serialization package
Beta version of a persistence package.
This package is an extension of the MVA Framework and provides a view that replicates a Windows file explorer window.
MVA extension that allows Dialogs to act like ViewManagers
An extension for MVA-Viewable that provides concrete ViewManagers
An extension for MVA-Viewable (the view component that can be installed with a dependency on MVA-Core) that defines an extension point for Dialog Boxes.
This is a static code analyis tool for understanding the locations of publishers and subscribers of MVA data.
Read and write configuration values to a database! Requires @cs/configuration and @cs/database-interface
The network sink is an add on to @cs/event-logger. This package facilitates transmission of log entries across a network to be logged in another log instance.