MATLAB – Share Your Algo and Applications

(Last Updated On: June 30, 2015)

MATLAB – Share Your Algo and Applications

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Share your MATLAB programs and applications with others
You can use MATLAB tools and add-on products to share your algorithms and applications.
To distribute an application directly to other MATLAB users, you can package it as a MATLAB app, which provides a single file for distribution.
To share applications with others who do not have MATLAB, you can use application deployment products to automatically generate standalone applications, shared libraries, and software components for integration with other languages, including C, C++, Java, .NET, and Python.
You can use MATLAB Coder™ to generate standalone C code from MATLAB code. This code can be used for standalone execution, for integration with other software applications, or as part of an embedded application.
Writing Apps in MATLAB Selecting a MATLAB Application Deployment Strategy
Writing Apps in MATLAB
Learn how to write your own apps and package them to share with other MATLAB users.

You can also download apps written by others and install them in the apps gallery.

Selecting a MATLAB Application Deployment Strategy
This article guides you through the process of selecting the best deployment approach for your MATLAB application. It covers the three main strategies available: using batch processing to deploy MATLAB code directly, generating C code with MATLAB Coder™, and deploying with MATLAB Compiler™.
Explore the options for sharing algorithms and applications built with MATLAB. Request a trial and
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