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Web Deployment

Deploy MATLAB® graphics to the web

To deploy MATLAB generated figures and images in a .NET application, you display them on the executing machines local display. When deploying a .NET application in a web environment use the WebFigures feature to stream the generated figure to the client application. The figure displays it in a web browser. The displayed figures and images have basic controls for zooming, rotating, and positioning.


webfigureExport a figure to a deployed application
figToImStreamStream figure as byte array encoded in specified format


Install WebFigureControl Into Microsoft Visual Studio Toolbox

How to add the WebFigure Control to Microsoft® Visual Studio®

Quick Start Implementation of WebFigures

The fastest way to implement WebFigures using a single-server configuration

Advanced Configuration of a WebFigure

How to customize the Getting Started configuration of WebFigures for .NET

Work with Images

An example showing how to get image data from a WebFigure object

Create and Modify a MATLAB Figure

Various tasks the MATLAB programmer performs when working with a MATLAB Figure

Upgrade Your WebFigures

Considerations for upgrading your WebFigures and associated data

Troubleshoot WebFigures

Common errors and diagnostic steps to correct them

WebFigures Logging Levels

Describes WebFigures logging methods

Impersonation Implementation Using ASP.NET

How to use impersonation to perform Windows® authentication in an ASP.NET application.

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