Private properties of Matlab class objects can be accessed (read and write) using some undocumented techniques.
Performance aspects of Matlab class object creation are discussed, with specific suggestions.
Plotly charts can be created and customized in Matlab.
The built-in sprintfc function can be used to quickly generate a cell-array of formatted strings.
Handle object property access (get/set) performance can be significantly improved using dot-notation.
Matlab's listbox layout can be modified to display multiple item columns and different inter-cell margins.
Matlab's fprintf command has an undocumented hack to display orange-colored text.
Matlab includes some numerical gotchas that we should be careful to avoid...
Matlab's standard plot data-tips can be customized to enable dragging, without being limitted to be adjacent to their data-point.
Matlab includes many custom JIDE combo-box controls that can be used in Matlab GUIs out of the box.