‘Advanced Shiny Development’ the hands-on workshop

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Best practices for a robust and maintainable shiny app.

Do you know how to build a basic shiny web application, but would you like to bring your shiny development to the next level? Learn from professional experts how to prepare your app for sustainable growth, by applying best practices such as packaging your app with golem, modularization and shiny modules, and testing approaches for a reactive application.

Advanced Shiny Development workshop

  • What 3 hours, hands-on practical workshop ‘Advanced Shiny Development’.

  • When Wednesday November 24th, 14 – 17 CET.

  • Where Online. The workshop will take place on Google Meet. You will only need a browser to attend.

  • Who If you have basic knowledge of R and shiny but would like to advance your development. No need to know HTML or Javascript.

  • How Register online and before November 17th you may profit from the early-bird offer.

  • What will you get Instructions and slides will be provided prior to the workshop by email. During the workshop you will learn through a practical and hands-on approach. At the end of the workshop, you will receive a certificate of attendance. Unfortunately, no recordings will be made available.

  • And then? The natural continuation for this workshop would be ‘Bring a Shiny App to production’, the final chapter of the “Shiny” learning path. Register to multiple workshops or in a group to receive a discount.

Looking forward to having you in our workshop!

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