Making MATLAB Swing More

version 1.5.0.0 (437 KB) by Malcolm Lidierth
Import of Java Swing GUIs from Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ etc

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Updated 9 Mar 2012

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GImport supports the import of Java Swing-based GUIs. These can be designed by hand or by using one of the many free GUI designers such as those in Eclipse, NetBeans or IntelliJ IDEA.

If you find MATLAB GUIDE-designed GUIs limiting, GImport may be what you are looking for.

To import a GUI simply put your jar file on the MATLAB Java class path and provide an instance to the GImport constructor
g=GImport(MATLABContainer, mypackage.myclass());

MATLABContainer can be any MATLAB container e.g. a figure or uipanel.

The GImport class methods do the work as explained in the accompanying PDF documentation. This includes active layout management that causes the GUIs to resize in the same way as ‘normalized’ MATLAB figure components.

In addition, GImport supports Swing JFrames as containers:
g=GImport(JFrame, mypackage.myclass());
A GXJFrame function for thread-safe creation of JFrames is included.

The GImport class provide easy-to-use methods for thread-safe modification of the GUIs on-the-fly, MATLAB callback setup etc. together with support for Drag & Drop.

An up-to-date copy of the jcontrol class is from Project Waterloo is included. Older versions of this class should be removed.

Part of Project Waterloo from King's College London - see http://sigtool.sourceforge.net/

Cite As

Malcolm Lidierth (2022). Making MATLAB Swing More (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/34235-making-matlab-swing-more), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2008a
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux

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