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Getting Started with MATLAB Compiler

Build standalone executables and web apps from MATLAB programs

MATLAB® Compiler™ lets you share MATLAB programs as standalone, MapReduce, and Spark™ applications; web apps; and Microsoft® Excel® add-ins. You can deploy applications and add-ins royalty-free using the MATLAB Runtime, which can be packaged with the application or downloaded during installation. You can host MATLAB based web apps using the MATLAB Web App Server provided with MATLAB Compiler.

You can package MATLAB programs into software components for integration with other programming languages (with MATLAB Compiler SDK™). Large-scale deployment to enterprise systems is supported through MATLAB Production Server™. To generate C and C++ source code from MATLAB, use MATLAB Coder™.


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