Category Archives: Java

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Customizing combobox popups

Matlab combobox (dropdown) popups can be customized in a variety of ways.

Categories: GUI, Java, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, UI controls, Undocumented feature
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Customizing listbox/combobox items

Matlab listboxes can be customized using custom Java cell-renderers.

Categories: GUI, Java, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, UI controls
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CheckboxList

Matlab listboxes can be enhanced with checkboxes next to each item.

Categories: GUI, Java, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, UI controls, Undocumented feature
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savezip utility

Matlab data can be serialized and saved into a ZIP/GZIP file, and loaded back.

Categories: High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Undocumented function
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Using pure Java GUI in deployed Matlab apps

Using pure-Java GUI in deployed Matlab apps requires a special yet simple adaptation.

Categories: Guest bloggers, GUI, Java, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, Undocumented feature
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Java class access pitfalls

There are several potential pitfalls when accessing Matlab classes from Matlab.

Categories: Java, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Undocumented feature
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checkClass

The checkClass utility enables easy listing of Java class methods.

Categories: Java, Medium risk of breaking in future versions
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Matlab callbacks for Java events in R2014a

R2014a changed the way in which Java objects expose events as Matlab callbacks.

Categories: High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Undocumented feature
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Animated busy (spinning) icon

An animated spinning icon label can easily be embedded in Matlab GUI.

Categories: GUI, High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Undocumented feature
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JSON-Matlab integration

JSON can easily be integrated in Matlab to achieve cross-platform standard API.

Categories: Java, Low risk of breaking in future versions
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