Today we’re excited to announce the general release of RStudio 1.3. This release features many major improvements to the IDE, including:
If you’ve purchased the Professional version of RStudio, this release also has some new capabilities for you:
See our blog series on RStudio 1.3 for articles describing a selection of the new capabilities in detail, and the RStudio 1.3 Release Notes for a comprehensive list of features and bugfixes in this release.
A special thanks to Dr Jonathan Godfrey and JooYoung Seo for their insight into the new accessibility features, and to the hundreds of community members who helped us shape this release with their ideas, bugfixes, and contributions. We couldn’t do this without you! Please download the new release and let us know what you think on our community forum.
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