Create a cloud object that stores data between sessions.

Without a Name...

Create an unnamed cloud object that stores a 3D graphic of a sphere using CloudPut:

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Retrieve the object with CloudGet:

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  • Clicking the link inside CloudObject opens a webpage that shows the Wolfram Language expression of the object it contains.
  • CloudGet will accept any valid CloudObject or its URI or name as an argument.
  • Working with cloud objects requires an active internet connection and authentication through the Wolfram Cloud.

With a Name...

Create a cloud object named ball using CloudPut:

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Retrieve the object by name with CloudGet:

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  • Cloud object names are used to construct cloud URLs. To avoid problems in URLs with special characters, cloud object names should use standard alphanumeric characters (az, AZ, 09).
  • Clicking the link inside CloudObject opens a webpage that shows the Wolfram Language expression of the object it contains.
  • CloudGet will accept any valid CloudObject or its URI or name as an argument.
  • Working with cloud objects requires an active internet connection and authentication through the Wolfram Cloud.