The MATLAB® RESTful web services functions
weboptions, allow non-programmers to access
many web services using HTTP GET and POST methods. However, some interactions
with a web service are more complex and require functionality not
supported by the RESTful web services functions. Use the HTTP Interface classes
for writing customized web access applications.
|Open web page or file in browser|
|Read content from RESTful web service|
|Write data to RESTful web service|
|Save content from RESTful web service to file|
|Specify parameters for RESTful web service|
Download data from a RESTful web service and convert the data into MATLAB variables.
Download data from a RESTful web service and specify a MATLAB function as a content reader for the data.
Call web services from a function that you write.
Download the content of a web page as text, or download content to a file.
To send an email from MATLAB, use the
From MATLAB, you can connect to an FTP server to perform remote file operations.
When you create a hyperlink to a Web page, append a full hypertext
address on a single line as input to the
Web sites and documents can display in several different browsers from MATLAB.
Web preferences enable you to specify Internet connection information to MATLAB.
websave functions support only nonauthenticated
and basic authentication types for use with your proxy server.
This topic describes how MATLAB handles security for web services.