Engineering Production Grade Shiny Apps

Based on experience: This book is a formalization of several years of experience building Shiny applications. Original content: This book presents new methodologies and tooling, not just a review of what already exists.

Author: Colin Fay

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1000389553

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 398

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From the Reviews "[This book] contains an excellent blend of both Shiny-specific topics ... and practical advice from software development that fits in nicely with Shiny apps. You will find many nuggets of wisdom sprinkled throughout these chapters...." Eric Nantz, Host of the R-Podcast and the Shiny Developer Series (from the Foreword) "[This] book is a gradual and pleasant invitation to the production-ready shiny apps world. It ...exposes a comprehensive and robust workflow powered by the {golem} package. [It] fills the not yet covered gap between shiny app development and deployment in such a thrilling way that it may be read in one sitting.... In the industry world, where processes robustness is a key toward productivity, this book will indubitably have a tremendous impact." David Granjon, Sr. Expert Data Science, Novartis Presented in full color, Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps helps people build production-grade shiny applications, by providing advice, tools, and a methodology to work on web applications with R. This book starts with an overview of the challenges which arise from any big web application project: organizing work, thinking about the user interface, the challenges of teamwork and the production environment. Then, it moves to a step-by-step methodology that goes from the idea to the end application. Each part of this process will cover in detail a series of tools and methods to use while building production-ready shiny applications. Finally, the book will end with a series of approaches and advice about optimizations for production. Features Focused on practical matters: This book does not cover Shiny concepts, but practical tools and methodologies to use for production. Based on experience: This book is a formalization of several years of experience building Shiny applications. Original content: This book presents new methodologies and tooling, not just a review of what already exists. Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps covers medium to advanced content about Shiny, so it will help people that are already familiar with building apps with Shiny, and who want to go one step further.

Engineering Production Grade Shiny Apps

Fast forward to today, and you are now reading a tremendous resource aimed squarely at the R users in our world who have embarked on creating production-level applications. Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps contains an excellent ...

Author: Colin Fay

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1000389588

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 398

View: 536

From the Reviews "[This book] contains an excellent blend of both Shiny-specific topics ... and practical advice from software development that fits in nicely with Shiny apps. You will find many nuggets of wisdom sprinkled throughout these chapters...." Eric Nantz, Host of the R-Podcast and the Shiny Developer Series (from the Foreword) "[This] book is a gradual and pleasant invitation to the production-ready shiny apps world. It ...exposes a comprehensive and robust workflow powered by the {golem} package. [It] fills the not yet covered gap between shiny app development and deployment in such a thrilling way that it may be read in one sitting.... In the industry world, where processes robustness is a key toward productivity, this book will indubitably have a tremendous impact." David Granjon, Sr. Expert Data Science, Novartis Presented in full color, Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps helps people build production-grade shiny applications, by providing advice, tools, and a methodology to work on web applications with R. This book starts with an overview of the challenges which arise from any big web application project: organizing work, thinking about the user interface, the challenges of teamwork and the production environment. Then, it moves to a step-by-step methodology that goes from the idea to the end application. Each part of this process will cover in detail a series of tools and methods to use while building production-ready shiny applications. Finally, the book will end with a series of approaches and advice about optimizations for production. Features Focused on practical matters: This book does not cover Shiny concepts, but practical tools and methodologies to use for production. Based on experience: This book is a formalization of several years of experience building Shiny applications. Original content: This book presents new methodologies and tooling, not just a review of what already exists. Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps covers medium to advanced content about Shiny, so it will help people that are already familiar with building apps with Shiny, and who want to go one step further.

Outstanding User Interfaces with Shiny

Suitable for anyone with some experience of Shiny, package development and software engineering best practices, this book is an ideal guide for graduates and professionals who wish to bring their app design to the next level.

Author: David (Senior Data Science Expert Granjon, Novartis Switzerland)

Publisher: Chapman & Hall/CRC The R Series

ISBN: 9780367643652

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Page: 504

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Outstanding User Interfaces with Shiny provides the reader with necessary knowledge to develop beautiful and highly interactive user interfaces. It gives the minimum requirements in HTML/JavaScript and CSS to be able to extend already existing Shiny layouts or develop new templates from scratch. Suitable for anyone with some experience of Shiny, package development and software engineering best practices, this book is an ideal guide for graduates and professionals who wish to bring their app design to the next level. Key Features: Provides a survival kit in web development to seamlessly get started with HTML/CSS/JavaScript Leverage CSS and Sass and higher-level tools like {bslib} to substantially enhance the design of your app in no time A comprehensive guide to the {htmltools} package to seamlessly customize existing layouts Describes in detail how Shiny inputs work and how R and JavaScript communicate Details all the necessary steps to create a production-grade custom template from scratch: packaging, shiny tags creation, validating and testing R components and JavaScript Expose common web development debugging technics Provides a list of existing templates, resources to get started and to explore

British Chemical Engineering

90 grade I Triacetate rayon , shiny , on spools , No. 90 grade I Staple ... 2100 grade I Polycaprolactam staple fibre , shiny , No. 3,000 grade I 2.70 4.40 Silver Fox Horoloji STAINLESS STEEL FOR CRYOGENIC APPLICATIONS Improved stond.

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The Tool Engineer

F. Holland R. M. Lippard Membership Publicity Educational E. W. Dickett C. B. Cole H. D. Hall Emergency Defense Training o W. Winter CHAPTER CHAIRMEN AND SECRETARIES 1941-42 Application blanks and information pertaining to membership in ...

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Machinery and Production Engineering

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Mining and Engineering World

Please refer the following ques . tions to some antimony works : ( 1 ) What is the lowest grade of ore bought ? ... Stibnite is easily identified by its softness , needle - like crystals , and shiny , steel - gray color .

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The Engineering Designer

Product Engineering ( US ) / 6 Nov. 1967 / 140-42 . 2997 NEW LOW - GRADE SURFACES ADD TO SAFETY AND UTILITY / A . R. GARDNER Automobile safety standards that prohibit shiny surfaces are causing the development of new alloys , textures ...

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