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Nikos Korobos
Nikos Korobos on 1 May 2022
Answered: Riya on 31 Oct 2023
Hello everyone,
So I finished my matlab project and would like to create a web app of it.
I have already used webAppCompiler and created the folders needed, but it then asks for a server link to deploy.
What should I do next?
Thanks in advance!

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Riya
Riya on 31 Oct 2023
Hello Nikos Korobos,
As per my understanding, you want to deploy MATLAB Web App.
Please note that you can deploy web app archives (.ctf files), created on one platform via MATLAB® Compiler™, to MATLAB Web App Server™ on a different platform, provided the web app doesn't contain platform-specific code or Simulink® simulations. For instance, a web app archive packaged on Windows® can be deployed to a server on Linux® or macOS.
You can deploy web apps to the development version of MATLAB Web App Server in several ways:
  • Deploy Web App by Copying
  • Deploy Web App from Within App Designer (Available Only with MATLAB Web App Server Product)
  • Deploy Web App by Uploading (Available Only with MATLAB Web App Server Product)
Follow these steps to deploy a web app from within App Designer:
  1. Create an app in App Designer.
  2. Click the Share button located in the App Designer toolstrip.
  3. Select Web App from the drop-down menu. The app will then be packaged into a web app.
  4. Wait for the Packaging Progress dialog to appear, signaling the completion of packaging.
  5. In the dialog box, enter the URL of the MATLAB Web App Server, along with the port number in the following format: https://webAppServer:PortNumber.
  6. Click the Deploy to Server button.
For more details regarding deploying MATLAB Web Apps, you can refer following article:
I hope it helps.
Thanks
Riya

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