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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.

Developing React Applications in RStudio Workbench

Introduction RStudio Workbench provides a development environment for R, Python, and many other languages. When developing a performant web application you may progress from Shiny towards tools like Plumber. This allows you to continue development of the true application code, modelling, data processing in the language you already know, R, while providing an interface to those processes suitable for embedding in larger web-based applications. As a Shiny developer, one popular front-end library you might already be familiar with is React.