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appdesigner

Create or edit app file in App Designer

Syntax

appdesigner
appdesigner filename
appdesigner(filename)

Description

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appdesigner opens the app building environment, App Designer.

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appdesigner filename opens the specified app file in App Designer. Specify the filename argument as a character vector enclosed in single quotes or without quotes.

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appdesigner(filename) specifies filename as a character vector (enclosed in single quotes) or a string scalar (enclosed in double quotes).

Input Arguments

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Name of an app file, specified as a character vector or string scalar. If filename appears in multiple folders on the search path, then include a path to the file. The file specification must be the complete or relative path to a file, or the name of a file on the MATLAB® path.

Example: appdesigner app1 specifies the file, app1.mlapp, as a command line argument without quotes.

Example: appdesigner('app1') specifies the file, app1.mlapp, as a character vector using single quotes.

Example: appdesigner("app1") specifies the file, app1.mlapp, as a string using double quotes.

Examples

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appdesigner

A new file titled app1.mlapp opens in App Designer. app1.mlapp does not appear in the MATLAB Current Folder browser until you save the file.

appdesigner valueplots

App Designer opens and displays the existing valueplots.mlapp file, assuming that a file with that name is in the current folder or on the MATLAB search path. Otherwise, MATLAB throws a file not found error.

appdesigner("valueplots")

App Designer opens and displays the existing valueplots.mlapp file, assuming that a file with that name is in the current folder or on the MATLAB search path.

Introduced in R2016a

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