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IVI Foundation Offers Getting Started Guide Training Videos

NIWOT, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 04/17/13 -- The IVI Foundation now offers IVI Getting Started Guide training videos in addition to the popular Getting Started Guide pamphlets for different ADEs. They are available for viewing on the Home or Resources pages of www.ivifoundation.org.

In addition to interchangeability, one of the most compelling benefits of IVI drivers is the ability to create a single driver that provides end users a first class experience in nearly all major development environments including Microsoft Visual Basic, C++, and C#; MathWorks MATLAB®; NI LabVIEW® and LabWindows/CVI®; and Agilent VEE®.

Now you can experience a short video tutorial in the following ADEs:

IVI Getting Started Guide Video for Visual C++
IVI Getting Started Guide Video for Visual C# and Visual Basic.NET
IVI Getting Started Guide Video for LabVIEW
IVI Getting Started Guide Video for LabWindows/CVI
IVI Getting Started Guide Video for MATLAB
IVI Getting Started Guide Video for Agilent VEE

About the IVI Foundation

The IVI Foundation is an open consortium founded to promote specifications for programming test instruments that simplify interchangeability, provide better performance, and reduce the cost of program development and maintenance. To learn more, visit www.ivifoundation.org.

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IVI Foundation Contact:
Bob Helsel
Director of Services
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