|Creating Graphical User Interfaces|
These sections describe how to create graphical user interfaces (GUIs) using GUIDE, the MATLAB® graphical user interface development environment.
|Getting Started with GUIDE
||Introduction to GUIDE
|Creating a GUI
||Quickly gets you started with GUIDE by showing an example of creating a GUI
|Laying Out GUIs and Setting Properties
||Overview of GUIDE layout techniques and tools
||Programming the M-file that controls your GUI
||Examples of GUI applications illustrating various techniques
|Working with Callbacks (Draft)
||This chapter attempts to bring information regarding the use of callbacks into one place. It introduces the concepts and mechanisms with which you work, and explains some basic techniques for programming your GUI's behavior. It is not yet complete, but you may find it useful, even in its current state, particularly if you are new to creating GUIs.
These sections provide information that is also useful when creating GUIs.
|GUI Function Reference
||Reference pages for the Uicontrols that create user interface components and control GUI programs
|Handle Graphics Objects
||Describes handle graphics objects, which GUIDE uses to implement GUI figures
||How to program subfunctions -- the callbacks that GUIs components execute
||Describes structures that GUIDE uses to store object handles and to manage shared data
|Example -- Using Function Handles in a GUI
||Example of how to create a GUI outside of GUIDE
|Getting Started with GUIDE|
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