Develop Live Editor Tasks
Develop your own Live Editor tasks for use in live scripts
Live Editor tasks are simple point-and-click interfaces that can be embedded into a live script. Tasks represent a series of MATLAB® commands that are automatically generated as users explore parameters. Tasks are useful because they can help reduce development time, errors, and time spent plotting.
In addition to the Live Editor tasks that MATLAB provides, you can create your own Live Editor tasks. Develop a custom Live Editor task by defining a subclass of the
LiveTask base class.
|Base class for developing custom Live Editor tasks|
|Set up instance of Live Editor task subclass|
|Generate code for instance of Live Editor task subclass|
|Reset instance of Live Editor task subclass|
|Configure Live Editor task metadata|
|Remove Live Editor task metadata|
- Live Editor Task Development Overview
Learn the basic steps for developing a Live Editor task.
- Create Simple Live Editor Task
Create a simple Live Editor task and add it to a live script.
- Share Live Editor Tasks
After creating your own Live Editor task, you can share the task for others to use in the Live Editor.