Scilab Cloud API gives access to your engineering and simulation knowledge through web services which are accessible by any network-connected machine. Scilab Cloud API – User manual
Call Scilab Cloud from any programming language
This elementary example shows how to call Scilab Cloud API from bash, for authentification, returning a unique id/token, that will then be joined in every following request:
Expose your functions through a REST API
Data and algos will not be visible by the end-user. They will only be able to call the function through a HTTP request, and get the results. Those results can then be integrated in any enterprise application leveraging simulation.
Chemkin Thermodynamic database interpolated by NASA polynomials
This example displays how to compute the polynomial functions through the web service of Scilab Cloud API and represent the results in a web page as displayed afterwards.
In this example, you will see how to deploy a Scilab algorithm with Scilab Cloud API. It produces a web service that can be leverages in third part applications. Here I call this web service from :
1. a Scilab desktop client
3. a Google Spreadsheet
Link with Google Spreadsheet
The first most intuitive application to couple with Scilab Cloud through its API, is your good old spreadsheet application: