Article: Object-flow Programming - Merging Dataflow and Object-Oriented Programming

Article: Object-flow Programming - Merging Dataflow and Object-Oriented Programming

Post by Tomi » Sun, 29 Apr 2007 02:10:09


I just posted an <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">ExpressionFlow</a> article: <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">Object-flow Programming - Merging Dataflow and Object-Oriented Programming</a>
I guess you may find it interesting. If you like it, you should
bookmark it with one of the social bookmarking tools (click the
bookmark link next to the timeline image in the article). That may help
us to get readers and comments from outside the LabVIEW community. And
don't hesitate to participate the discussion. I'd love to hear you
comments on the subject.Tomi
 
 
 

Article: Object-flow Programming - Merging Dataflow and Object-Oriented Programming

Post by Tomi » Mon, 07 May 2007 15:40:10

Some of you had commented this blog article but the comments never
appeared on my blog. I've now resolved the issue (I hope). I was able
to reconver the lost comments, so very interesting discussion is going
on...

Sorry again for the inconvenience.

Tomi

 
 
 

Article: Object-flow Programming - Merging Dataflow and Object-Oriented Programming

Post by Tomi » Tue, 08 May 2007 19:40:11

After having problems with spam block software malfunction, I was able recover the following comments to the <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">EXPRESSIONFLOW</a> article <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">Object-flow Programming - Merging Dataflow and Object-Oriented Programming</a> <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">Written by Zen:</a> Some combination of data-flow and object-oriented programming, I think,
could make a great impact on sysytem development.  However, I see it in
slightly different way than yours<a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">....</a> <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">Written by Matt Holt:</a> I don't believe NI can get object-flow programming to move far enough
into mainstream that Forbes would cover it. NI has a bit of a
*** hold on LabVIEW with it's price as compared to say? VS2005. It
seems that by promoting it as "easy to use" that NI may have shot
itself in the foot<a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">?.</a> <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">Written by Jim Kring:</a> Hi Tomi, In my opinion, LabVIEW's native object-oriented programming
capabilities (LabVOOP) do not currently provide a complete tool for
allowing us to implement our OOP system designs.  Nearly all of my
system designs require distributed active objects by reference. I think
that National Instruments certainly can evolve LabVIEW to address such
requirements, but I think that it is not a real focus of NI<a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">....</a> If anybody else is missing their comments, I'm sorry I was unable to recover them. Please repost your comments, I appology for the inconvenience.