Farewell to Shiny Appreciation month

June 29, 2018

(This article was first published on RBlog – Mango Solutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

As we come to the end of Shiny Appreciation month we hope that the blog posts and tweets have encouraged more of you to start using Shiny to create your own interactive web applications.

If you need some help however with getting started with Shiny, or with more advanced functionality such as understanding reactivity, making plots interactive, debugging your app or writing reusable Shiny code, then the good news is that we have three new Shiny training courses.

These one-day courses run from getting started right through to best practices for putting Shiny into production environments.

The courses are being run publically in London in July and September:

  • Introduction to Shiny:    17th July
  • Intermediate Shiny:        18th July
  • Intermediate Shiny:        5th September
  • Advanced Shiny:              6th September

Alternatively, we can deliver the courses privately to individuals or groups if preferred. We will also be offering a snapshot of the materials for intermediate Shiny users at London EARL in September.

Importantly, all of these courses are taught by data science consultants who have hands-on experience building and deploying applications for commercial use. These consultants are supported by platform experts who can advise on the best approaches for getting an application out to end users so that you can see the benefits of using Shiny as quickly as possible.

For further details please take a look at our training page or contact us at [email protected]


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