Shiny

Shiny 0.4.0 now available

2013-02-22 Winston Chang
Shiny version 0.4.0 is now available on CRAN. The most visible change is that the API has been slightly simplified. Your existing code will continue to work, although Shiny will print messages about how to migrate your code. Migration should be straightforward, as described below. It will take a bit of work to switch to the new API, but we think it’s worth it in the long run, because the new interface is somewhat simpler, and because it offers a better mapping between function names and reactive programming concepts. Read more →

Shiny 0.3.0 released

2013-01-25 Winston Chang
Version 0.3.0 of Shiny is now available on CRAN. This version of Shiny has several new features and bug fixes. Some of the changes are under the hood: for example, Shiny now uses a more efficient algorithm for scheduling the execution of reactive functions. There are also some user-facing changes: for example, the new runGitHub() function lets you download and run applications directly from a GitHub repository. We’ve updated the tutorial page with documentation about these and other features. Read more →

Shiny Server now available

2013-01-22 Joe Cheng
Shiny makes it easy to develop interactive web applications that run on your own machine. But by itself, it isn’t designed to make your applications available to all comers over the internet (or intranet). You can’t run more than one Shiny application on the same port, and if your R process crashes or exits for any reason, your service becomes unavailable. Our solution is Shiny Server, the application server for Shiny. Read more →

An update on Shiny

2012-12-04 Joe Cheng
Last month we released Shiny, our new R package for creating interactive web applications. The response from the community has been extremely encouraging–we’ve received a lot of great feedback that has helped us to make significant improvements to the framework already! Shiny 0.2.3 on CRAN Starting with Shiny 0.2.3, you can install the latest stable version of Shiny directly from CRAN. Since the initial release, we’ve added some interesting features to Shiny, most notably the ability to offer on-the-fly file downloads. Read more →

Introducing Shiny: Easy web applications in R

2012-11-08 Joe Cheng
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Say hello to Shiny, a new R package that we’re releasing for public beta testing today. Shiny makes it super simple for R users to turn analyses into interactive web applications that anyone can use. These applications let you specify input parameters using friendly controls like sliders, drop-downs, and text fields; and they can easily incorporate any number of outputs like plots, tables, and summaries. No HTML or JavaScript knowledge is necessary. Read more →