Once upon a time, there was a team of fearless R knights who started a new quest: they were missioned to bring the almighty Google Auth into the wonderful world of ShinyProxy. Here is their story, told from the inside.   In the beginning, there was a container For those amongst our readers who do not know ShinyProxy, this open source project by Open Analytics is designed to deploy a server which can run multiple Shiny Apps, and where each new shiny app is launched in a new session. In a few words, what ShinyProxy does is basically connecting a server to a list ofRead More →

shinyproxy-docker-shiny

You created some great Shiny applications, following our advice of Shiny packaging for example, and you want to put them into production, self-hosting, so that others can enjoy them, without limitations, on the Internet or on an internal server of your company? ShinyProxy is for you! ShinyProxy v2.0 has recently been released. What a great opportunity to talk about its implementation! A major interest of ShinyProxy is its ability to create an independent Docker container for each user who connects to your Shiny application. This overrides the limitations on the number of users faced with ShinyServer. Are you interested? Follow the installation procedure…. ShinyProxy installationRead More →

There are severals reasons you would want to deploy your own R archive repo: you don’t want to rely on GitHub for your dev packages, you want to use a more “confidential” way, or maybe (and that’s good enough a reason), you’re a nerd and you like the idea of hosting your own repo. So, here’s how to.Read More →