Shiny showcase at rstudio::conf(2022)

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rstudio::conf Shiny Talks Schedule

Beginning with the invitation-only 2016 Shiny Developer Conference, Shiny has played a prominent part in all RStudio conferences, and rstudio::conf(2022) is no exception. Two workshops and eighteen talks showcase Shiny’s multiple, ever-increasing capabilities. What started out as a way to introduce R’s interactive statistical computations to the web has grown into a production-grade tool that supports serious data science workflows and facilitates the communication of data-generated insights throughout large organizations in both industry and government.

Here is your Shiny guide to rstudio::conf(2022). But before you attend the show or see the movie, you may want to have a look at the book.

Keynotes and talks will be livestreamed on the rstudio::conf(2022) website, free and open to all. No registration is required. If you would like, you can sign up to get access to our Discord server to meet and chat with attendees during conf.

On July 27-28th, head to the conference website to watch the livestreams and ask questions alongside other attendees.


  1. The Past and Future of Shiny


  1. Building Production-Quality Shiny Applications

  2. Getting Started with Shiny


  1. R Shiny – From Conception to the Cloud

  2. Optimal allocation of COVID-19 vaccines in West Africa – A Shiny success story

  3. R Markdown + RStudio Connect + R Shiny: A Recipe for Automated Data Processing, Error Logging, and Process Monitoring

  4. I made an entire e-commerce platform on Shiny

  5. Let your mobile shine – Leveraging CSS concepts to make shiny apps mobile responsive

  6. {shinyslack}: Connecting Slack Teams to Shiny Apps

  7. leafdown: Interactive multi-layer maps in Shiny apps

  8. Say Hello! to Multilingual Shiny Apps

  9. Cross-Industry Anomaly Detection Solutions with R and Shiny

  10. Running Shiny without a server

  11. A new way to build your Shiny app’s UI

  12. Creating a Design System for Shiny and RMarkdown

  13. Shiny Dashboards for Biomedical Research Funding

  14. Dashboard-Builder: Building Shiny Apps without writing any code

  15. Introducing Rhino: Shiny application framework for enterprise

  16. A Robust Framework for Automated Shiny App Testing

  17. {shinytest2}: Unit testing for Shiny applications

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