Measurement Studio was introduced in February 2000 by National Instruments in order to combine its text-based programming tools, specifically: LabWindows/CVI, Component Works ++, Component Works. Measurement studio 7.0 adopted support for .NET and allowed for native .NET controls and classes to integrate into Visual Studio. As of Measurement Studio 8.0.1, support for Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 framework have been included, with support for Windows Vista first adopted in version 8.1.1. Currently Measurement Studio provides support for multiple versions of Visual studio including 2008, 2005, .NET 2003 and 6.0.
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