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a journey from basic prototype to production-ready Shiny dashboard

December 10, 2019
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a journey from basic prototype to production-ready Shiny dashboard

# Abstract As web dashboards have become the norm for interacting with data, looks and added functionality have taken a more prominent role. Dashboard users expect the typical look and feel and interactivity they get when surfing the web. To help fill the gap between data scientists and developers, packages that simplify and streamline the Article a journey from...

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How to Make Your CSS Systematically Awesome with SASS

August 29, 2019
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How to Make Your CSS Systematically Awesome with SASS

tl; dr SASS is CSS for programmers.  It gives you the building blocks that you’re used to, such as variables, conditions, and loops.  And it helps you organize. The bigger the project, the bigger the advantages offered by SASS. It’s a way of managing CSS styles even if you’re not very good at it.   SASS Article How to Make...

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How to Use CSS to Style Your R Shiny Projects

August 20, 2019
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How to Use CSS to Style Your R Shiny Projects

I hope you will give me 7 minutes to convince you why CSS is a good thing, and why you should be using it in your projects. In this post I’ll give you a little overview of CSS and I’ll discuss adding CSS to R Shiny. In my future article I’ll compare SASS and CSS, Article How to Use...

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