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Alain Barraud
Alain Barraud on 18 Aug 2019
Edited: Yair Altman on 26 Aug 2019
Many objects beginning by com.mathworks.* or or asd.* appear in some flex contributions about uitable customization. Where can be found ad hoc documentation.
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Yair Altman
Yair Altman on 25 Aug 2019
Edited: Yair Altman on 26 Aug 2019
These Java classes are internal to Matlab, are unsupported and undocumented. To the best of my knowledge, the only location that describes them to some degree is my book "Undocumented Secrets of Matlab-Java Programming" (CRC Press, 2011). Note that this book was written almost a decade ago, so some things are outdated (most of the content is still relevant in R2019b though). If you are only interested in uitable customizations, you can refer to section 4.1 of the book, or to a more expanded coverage in my uitable customization report. Note that I do not cover asd.* classes in either of these resources - I only discuss relevant com.mathworks.* and com.jidesoft.* classes.

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Alain Barraud
Alain Barraud on 26 Aug 2019
I have your book and your report.
My question was not specific to uitable. For exemple, MJScrollStrip would be a good resource when we have many uitab, or more or less long name tabs. Findind m files showing how to use some java components (if any) is not easy. Miming some functionnality in pure matlab is frequently more or less very difficult.
Thanks again for your undocument site.
Alain
Yair Altman
Yair Altman on 26 Aug 2019
Alain - I agree 100%. Unfortunately, not many people other than me have posted much content about using the undocumented internal Java components, and there's only so much that I can do single-handedly...

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