kandi X-RAY | app-designer Summary
kandi X-RAY | app-designer Summary
A design environment for creating, customizing, and previewing your forms, data curation, and visualization applications.
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ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-19 at 16:48
We should attach the listener to the internal
Axes object, and not the
UIAxes itself. Try this:
App Designer doesn't support saveas, savefig, or print, but is there a way to use it to launch a MATLAB program which does?
I am working with a MATLAB program which has thousands of lines of code, not all of it mine. This program saves figures for later reference, some in .fig format and some as PDFs. It works well, but there are many options to choose for each run, currently done by editing values at the top of the main script. I'd like to add a GUI to simplify that.
I know that there are other ways, but App Designer seems to be the "modern" thing to use. Can I use it as a launcher for the existing script? If I just call it as shown below, the graphic limitations of App Designer apply to the whole script, and it does all of the calculations but fails at the first "print". I'm hoping there's another way....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-22 at 11:23
Unless explicitly provided,
uifigure window is remaining the current figure during execution of your other processing functionality, causing
figure calls as the first input to
I already asked about this on Matlab Answers but did not get a response there, so I try it here.
I have some numbers I want to show in a UITable. Since I need a specific formatting of the values (three digits after comma, no scientific notation), I converted the values to strings. The problem is that these strings are by default left-aligned which looks not very nice.
When using UITable in GUIDE, I was able to pad strings with leading spaces to get them right aligned like in the following...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-01 at 09:21
After investigating this for a while, I found that the reason for the "special" behavior when it comes to a
uitable is because it's actually a Java object! (I have no idea how they managed to pull this off or why). In any case, right-aligning the data can be done by inserting one line to your script:
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Java -> Java is required by the Android SDK (installation is described below).
Chrome -> Google's Chrome browser.
NodeJS -> a framework for easily building fast, scalable applications (installation is described below).
Grunt -> a task-based scripting environment (installation is described below).
Android SDK -> the software development kit for Android devices (installation is described below).
Browse to the Android SDK download page.
Scroll down on this page to the section labeled: Get just the command line tools. Note: You can alternatively install the full Android Studio if you so wish, in which case you should follow Google's instructions and then skip to step 6 of this guide.
Within that section, download the appropriate file(s) based on your operating system.
Accept the license agreement
Wait for the install of the SDK Tools to complete. Windows will need to manually run the .exe file previously downloaded to start installation. Note: There is no graphical tool for package management when using only the command line tools in either of Mac/Windows/Linux. You need to do a complete setup of Android Studio, more information in step 7.
Run the SDK Manager On Windows, it is available in the Start Menu under Android SDK Tools Warning: If the packages fail to install, you may need to run the Android SDK as an Administrator. On Mac/Linux, there is a sdkmanager CLI, more information can be found here.
Select the latest versions of the following packages (by checking their checkboxes): Android SDK Tools Android Platform-tools Android Build-tools -For this step on Mac/Linux, you'll need to make a complete setup of Android Studio. You may skip the steps 8-11 since, the above tools will be included in the Android Studio install you just did.
If extra packages are selected, you may unselect them before installation.
Click Install 3 packages in the lower right corner of the screen.
A licensing pop-up dialog will appear. Accept the license agreement(s) by selecting the Accept License option. If there are multiple licenses, you may need to select each license in the Packages window on this dialog and check this Accept License option for each of them before the Install button will become enabled.
Click the Install button on that dialog to begin the installation process.
Open a Windows File Explorer and navigate to the location of your Android SDK. This will typically be at one of: C:\Users\your_username\android-sdks or C:\ProgramFiles\Android\android-sdk or C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk.
Navigate into the platform-tools folder.
Click in the file path at the top of the File Explorer window. The path will become aselected text string. Copy it into your copy-and-paste buffer.
Open the Start menu.
Right-click on Computer.
Choose Properties. The System Control Panel screen opens.
Select Advanced system setting on the left sidebar. The System Properties dialog opens.
Click on the Environment Variables... button at the bottom of the screen. The Envi-ronment Variables dialog opens.
Select the Path variable in the bottom System variables scroll window.
Click into the Variable value text box.
Press your End key to move to the very end of this extremely long string.
Enter ’;’ and paste the platform-tools directory path after that semicolon.
Click on OK and exit all of the windows.
Verify that you have made the change by closing all cmd windows and open a new one(so it picks up the change), and type
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