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RStudio Connect 2021.09.0 Tableau Analytics Extensions

2021-10-12 James Blair & Kelly O'Briant
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RStudio Connect introduces support for Tableau Analytics Extensions, an integration that enables you to create R or Python HTTP API extensions for use in Tableau workbooks. Read more →

RStudio Package Manager 2021.09.0 - Capturing and Maintaining Working Repositories

2021-09-22 Daniel Petzold and Brian Deitte
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This release adds new management, service, and configuration options to RStudio Package Manager. Highlights include a more versatile repository calendar, more flexibility in serving multiple binary package versions, and more options for configuring git sources. Read more →

RStudio Connect 2021.08.0 Custom Branding

2021-08-30 Kelly O'Briant
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This release introduces new branding options for RStudio Connect such as customization of the logo, favicon, and product display name. Read more →

RStudio Connect 2021.08.0 Python Updates

2021-08-30 Kelly O'Briant
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RStudio Connect introduces support for FastAPI and other ASGI-compliant frameworks. Learn how to hide input code cells in Jupyter Notebooks, for audiences where a cleaner or less code-heavy presentation would be useful. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.9.0 - Content Curation Tools

2021-07-29 Kelly O'Briant
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As publishers add more content to RStudio Connect, content organization, distribution, and discovery can become a challenge. Distributing individual links to all your most important content is tiresome, and the default Connect dashboard contains more information than end users often want or need. This release of RStudio Connect introduces tools for addressing these common content curation concerns: How do you make sure your audience finds what they need on RStudio Connect without paging through the dashboard, remembering the right search terms, or bookmarking every content item you share? Read more →

Shiny Server 1.5.16 Update

2021-01-13 Kelly O'Briant
Important Security Notice A vulnerability was discovered in Shiny Server that could allow the download of published application source code directly from the server. This issue affects both Shiny Server Pro and the open source Shiny Server product. We recommend upgrading to the new version immediately. If this is not possible, please contact support@rstudio.com who will supply an interim fix that can be applied to the configuration. Release Notes In addition to the important security patch described above, the following items have been addressed in this release: Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.8.6

2020-12-16 Kelly O'Briant
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RStudio Connect helps teams of all sizes operationalize their data science work, and provides a single point of access to data products for decision makers. In this release, we have emphasized features that will help address maturing DevOps requirements within organizations seeking to deploy and scale data science. This release of RStudio Connect builds on the existing Server API, making experimental endpoints officially supported and introducing a brand new slate of API improvements based on feedback we’ve received from the community. Read more →

RStudio Package Manager 1.2.0 - Bioconductor & PyPI

2020-12-07 Sean Lopp
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Packages are the heart of open source data science, but we know they aren’t always easy. Data scientists need access to ever-evolving tools to do their best work, and IT needs to understand the risk of new software while providing a stable environment for reproducible work. RStudio Package Manager helps teams work together to accomplish these goals. Today we are excited to announce a greatly expanded focus, enabling teams to realize these benefits across languages and ecosystems by adding support for Bioconductor, beta support for Python packages from PyPI, and new options for managing historical CRAN snapshots. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.8.4

2020-07-14 Kelly O'Briant
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A place for Python applications For data science teams looking to promote data-driven decision making within an organization, interactive applications built in R and Python are often the gold standard. These interactive tools, built by data science teams, are powerful when put in the hands of the right people, but they don’t do much good at all if they only run locally. R users who build Shiny applications hit this roadblock, and so do Python users working with tools like Dash, Bokeh, and Streamlit. Read more →

RStudio Connect 1.8.2

2020-04-02 Kelly O'Briant
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A big update for our Python community One of the biggest frustrations for a data scientist, whether your primary language is R or Python, is to have your hard work go underutilized. A stream of disposable reports, emails, and presentations that get viewed once and cast aside are not the ideal recipe for how to make an impact. To combat this, we have seen data scientists create more interactive content (such as applications, APIs, and dashboards) to engage the divided attention of stakeholders. Read more →