CloudPublish

CloudPublish[]

makes a public copy in the cloud of the current document.

CloudPublish[obj]

makes a public copy of the cloud object obj.

CloudPublish[expr]

deploys an expression to the cloud and makes it public.

CloudPublish[content,location]

publishes to the specified location relative to the user's cloud root directory.

CloudPublish[content,CloudObject[]]

publishes to the specified cloud object.

Details and Options

Examples

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Basic Examples  (3)

Publish a Manipulate expression to a new anonymous cloud object:

The published object has public permissions with AutoCopy set to True:

Publish an expression with a name:

Create a private object:

Publish a copy of the private object:

Confirm that the copied object has public permissions:

Scope  (3)

Publish a notebook:

Publish a notebook object:

Publish an API function:

Options  (10)

AppearanceElements  (1)

Create an object without any appearance elements:

Embed the object into a separate HTML page:

AutoCopy  (1)

Do not set AutoCopy during CloudPublish:

CloudBase  (1)

Specify a CloudBase during CloudPublish:

CloudObjectNameFormat  (1)

Create a named cloud object and use $CloudUserUUID for the CloudObjectNameFormat:

Create a named cloud object and use $CloudUserID for the CloudObjectNameFormat:

CloudObjectURLType  (1)

Publish a cloud object with a link to its editing environment view as specified by CloudObjectURLType:

Publish a cloud object with a link to its deployed object view:

IconRules  (1)

Publish a cloud object that shows the current time, with a representative icon:

View the icon:

IncludeDefinitions  (1)

Exclude definitions associated with the published expression from the current kernel session; instead, load the definitions from a file during evaluation:

MetaInformation  (1)

Add custom metainformation to a published image:

Permissions  (1)

Set arbitrary permissions during CloudPublish:

SourceLink  (1)

Do not set a source link during CloudPublish:

Properties & Relations  (1)

CloudPublish is equivalent to CloudDeploy with automatic Permissions for all users and AutoCopy enabled:

Introduced in 2015
 (10.2)
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Updated in 2019
 (12.0)
2020
 (12.1)