RStudio Connect v1.5.4 - Now Supporting Plumber!

2017-08-03 Jeff Allen
We’re thrilled to announce support for hosting Plumber APIs in RStudio Connect: version 1.5.4. Plumber is an R package that allows you to define web APIs by adding special annotations to your existing R code – allowing you to make your R functions accessible to other systems. Below you can see the auto-generated “swagger” interface for a web API written using Plumber. Develop Web APIs using Plumber The open-source Plumber R package enables you to create web APIs by merely adding special comments to your existing functions. Read more →

Registration open for rstudio::conf 2018!

2017-07-12 Roger Oberg
RStudio is very excited to announce that rstudio::conf 2018 is open for registration! rstudio::conf, the conference on all things R and RStudio, will take place February 2 and 3, 2018 in San Diego, California, preceded by Training Days on January 31 and February 1. This year’s conference will feature keynotes from Di Cook, Monash University Professor and Iowa State University Emeritus Faculty; and J.J. Allaire, RStudio Founder, CEO & Principal Developer, along with talks from Shiny creator Joe Cheng and (no-introduction-necessary) Hadley Wickham. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.5.0 - Introducing Tags!

2017-05-23 Jeff Allen
We’re excited to announce a powerful new ability to organize content in RStudio Connect: version 1.5.0. Tags allow publishers to arrange what they’ve published and enable users to find and discover the content most relevant to them. The release also includes a newly designed (and customizable!) landing page and multiple important security enhancements. Tagging Content with a Custom Tag Schema Tags can be used to manage and organize servers that have hundreds or even thousands of pieces of content published to them. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.4.6

2017-04-11 Jeff Allen
We’re excited to announce the release of RStudio Connect: version 1.4.6. This is an incremental release which features significantly improved startup time and support for server-side Shiny bookmarks. Improved Startup & Job Listing Time We now track R process jobs in the database which allows us to list and query jobs much more quickly. This decreases the startup time of the RStudio Connect service – allowing even the busiest of servers to spin up in a matter of seconds. Read more →

RStudio Connect

2017-03-28 Jeff Allen
We’re excited to announce the release of RStudio Connect: version This release includes the ability to manage different versions of your work on RStudio Connect. Rollback / Roll Forward The most notable feature of this release is the ability to “rollback” to a previously deployed version of your work or “roll forward” to a more recent version of your work. You can also download a particular version, perhaps as a starting place for a new report or application, and delete old versions that you want to remove from the server. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.4.2

2017-02-09 Jeff Allen
We’re excited to announce the latest release of RStudio Connect: version 1.4.2. This release includes a number of notable features including an overhauled interface for parameterized R Markdown reports. Enhanced Parameterized R Markdown Reports The most notable feature in this release is the ability to publish parameterized R Markdown reports that are easier for anyone to customize. If you’re unfamiliar, parameterized R Markdown reports allow you to inject input parameters into your R Markdown document to alter what analysis the report performs. Read more →

Announcing RStudio Connect - For all the work your teams do in R

2017-01-10 Jeff Allen
We’re thrilled to officially introduce the newest product in RStudio’s product lineup: RStudio Connect. You can download a free 45-day trial of it here. RStudio Connect is a new publishing platform for all the work your teams do in R. It provides a single destination for your Shiny applications, R Markdown documents, interactive HTML widgets, static plots, and more. RStudio Connect isn’t just for R users. Now anyone can interact with custom built analytical data products developed by R users without having to program in R themselves. Read more →