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Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 3

This is part two of our three part series Part 1: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 1 Part 2: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 2 Part 3: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 3 (this post) So far, we have seen how to create an app using ReactJS and and a Plumber API.

Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 2

This is part two of our three part series Part 1: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 1 Part 2: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 2 (this post) Part 3: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 3 In the first part of this series, we introduced the technologies and packages required to create an application using ReactJS and an R {plumber} API instead of {shiny}.

Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 1

This is part one of our three part series Part 1: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 1 (this post) Part 2: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 2 Part 3: Recreating the Shiny App tutorial with a Plumber API + React: Part 3 RStudio Connect supports a spectrum of data products, static or dynamic. Being able to host static content on RStudio Connect means we can host ReactJS applications on the platform.