MATLAB & Simulink
Language and Programming
Building Interactive Applications in MATLAB
This one-day course demonstrates how to create an interactive user interface for your applications (apps) in MATLAB®. Attendees will learn about user interface controls, such as push buttons, sliders, and menus, and how to use them to create a robust and user-friendly interface to your MATLAB app. No prior experience of programming graphical interfaces is required.
Laying out apps in the App Designer environment
Creating callback functions for interactive components
Creating and updating graphical objects in apps
Making app components responsive to user behavior
Creating apps with multiple windows
Attended Comprehensive MATLAB or equivalent experience in using MATLAB
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Using the App Designer Environment
Objective: Use App Designer to create and share an app by laying out components and giving them interactive behavior.
-Working in the App Designer interface
-Adding callbacks to components
-Programming callback functionality
-Sharing apps with others
Creating and Updating Plots
Objective: Create apps with graphical elements that can be modified by user interaction, as well as apps with continuously adjustable components.
-Using plotting functions within apps
-Accessing graphical objects within apps
-Programming components to update the app continuously
-Sharing callbacks between multiple components
-Adding helper and startup functionality
Creating Responsive Components
Objective: Create robust and flexible apps with components that adapt appropriately to user actions.
-Adding and using local application data
-Working with grouped components
-Modifying component properties
Managing Multiple Windows and Apps
Objective: Create apps that use extra dialog windows and helper apps.
-Using standard dialog windows
-Creating helper apps
-Passing application data between apps