Shiny Server 184.108.40.2061 and Shiny Server Pro 220.127.116.115 are now available.
This release includes support for listening on IPv6 addresses. It also fixes issues with servers that have home directories mounted over NFS with root_squash, and with networks that use double-bind LDAP with restrictive permissions on user accounts.
Finally, this release changes the default SSL/TLS configuration in Shiny Server Pro to...
This is a significant release for Shiny, with a major new feature that was nearly a year in the making: support for asynchronous operations!
Without this capability, when Shiny performs long-running calculations or tasks on behalf of one user, it stalls progress for all other Shiny users that are connected to the same process. Therefore, Shiny apps that feature long-running...
Shiny Server 18.104.22.1687 and Shiny Server Pro 22.214.171.1244 are now available.
Highlights for this release are a major-version Node upgrade, support for HTTP gzip/deflate compression and (optionally) secure cookies, and numerous bug fixes. We&rsq...
Leaflet 1.1.0 is now available on CRAN! The Leaflet package is a tidy wrapper for the Leaflet.js mapping library, and makes it incredibly easy to generate interactive maps based on spatial data you have in R. This release was nearly a year in the making, and includes many important new features. Easily add textual labels on
Shiny Server 126.96.36.1994 and Shiny Server Pro 188.8.131.520 are now available. The Shiny Server 1.5.x release family upgrades our underlying Node.js engine from 0.10.47 to 6.9.1. The impetus for this change was not stability or performance, but because the 0.10.x release family has reached the end of its life. We highly recommend that you test
Shiny Server 184.108.40.2065 and Shiny Server Pro 220.127.116.116 are now available! This release includes new features to support Shiny 0.14. It also updates our Node.js to 0.10.47, which includes important security fixes for SSL/TLS. Connection robustness (a.k.a. grey-outs) Shiny’s architecture is built on top of websockets, which are long-lived network connections between the browser and an R
We’ve just released Shiny Server and Shiny Server Pro 1.4.6. Relative to 1.4.2, our previously blogged-about version, the 1.4.6 release primarily includes bug fixes, and mitigations for low-severity security issues found by penetration testing. The full list of changes is after the jump. If you’re running a Shiny Server Pro release that is older than 1.4.3 and are configured to use SSL/TLS,
This past January, we held the first ever Shiny Developer Conference. It was a chance to gather together a group of intermediate to advanced Shiny users, and take their skills to the next level. It was an exciting event for me in particular, as I’ve been dying to share some of these intermediate and advanced
In the three years since we launched Shiny, our focus has been on helping people get started with Shiny. But there’s a huge difference between using Shiny and using it well, and we want to start getting serious about helping people use Shiny most effectively. It’s the difference between having apps that merely work, and
We’re pleased to announce d3heatmap, our new package for generating interactive heat maps using d3.js and htmlwidgets. Tal Galili, author of dendextend, collaborated with us on this package. d3heatmap is designed to have a familiar feature set and API for anyone who has used heatmap or heatmap.2 to create static heatmaps. You can specify dendrogram, clustering, and scaling options