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 →

In this article, I will introduce the approach we use at ThinkR for Shiny applications we design. This is a relatively strict framework but designed to simplify our life and guarantee to deliver a “prod ready” application (whether it is launched locally, on shinyserver, Rconnect or via ShinyProxy with docker). This framework simplifies application maintenance and collaborative work. A Shiny application in a package R A R library model for a Shiny application In this article, I will present an approach, which is still in progress. We have built ShinyApps for a long time now, thus we considered our approach to be mature enough to freezeRead More →