Integrating compiled MATLAB functions into a Java application
is similar to using any standard Java package. The main difference
is that the generated functions require that data be passed as
|Create Java package for deployment outside MATLAB|
|Options for building Java packages|
|Display version and location information for MATLAB Runtime installer corresponding to current platform|
|Return the MATLAB Runtime version number matching the version of MATLAB|
Example illustrating how to integrate a MATLAB generated Java package with a Java application.
Example illustrating how to incorporate a MATLAB function that generates a graphic in a Java application
Example illustrating how to pass Java objects such as MWJavaObjectRef to a MATLAB generated Java package
Discussion on using multiple MATLAB generated Java packages in a single application
Example illustrating how to use MATLAB Runtime User Data Interface to specify profile information for Parallel Computing Toolbox™ applications.
Configure the Java environment for compilation of MATLAB code and development of Java applications.
Discussion of the interaction between the Java packages generated by MATLAB, MATLAB Runtime, and the JVM.
Information on how data conversion between Java and MATLAB occurs
Information on how to exchange argument data types between MATLAB and Java
Information on passing Java objects by reference with MWJavaObjectRef
How to free memory used by the
Manage deployable archive embedding and extraction behavior using either the MWComponentOptions class or environment variables
Learn how to ensure platform independence if your compiled MATLAB code contains MEX files
Example illustrating usage of waitForFigures in developing a console-based Java application that generates MATLAB figures
Techniques to effectively working with figure and image data