We’re excited to introduce to you our new website for Shiny: shiny.rstudio.com!
Whether you’re a beginner or expert at Shiny, we hope that having these resources available in one place will help you find the information you need.
We’d also like to announce Shiny 0.9, now available on CRAN. This release includes many bug fixes and new features, including:
Until now, the vast majority of Shiny apps have used a sidebar-style layout. Shiny 0.9 introduces new layout features to:
Enhance tabsetPanel to allow pill-style tabs, and to let tabs be placed above, below, or to either side of tab content.
We have integrated selectize.js in shiny 0.9, and
selectInput now creates selectize inputs by default. (You can revert back to plain select inputs by passing
selectInput.) For more advanced uses, we have included a new
selectizeInput function that lets you pass options to selectize.
Shiny apps can now (optionally) run in a “showcase” mode in which the app’s R code can be automatically displayed within the app. Most of the Shiny example apps in our new gallery use showcase mode.
As you interact with the application, reactive expressions and outputs in server.R will light up as they execute. This can be helpful in visualizing the reactivity in your app.
See this article to learn more.
As always, you can install the latest release of Shiny by running this command at the R console:
The complete list of bug fixes and features is available in the NEWS file.
We hope you’ll find these new features helpful in exploring and understanding your data!
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