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With Quarto, you can render plain text and mixed formats into different types of content. We highlight six productivity hacks that may be useful to you.
Python users can now use Shiny to create interactive data-driven web applications by writing Python code.
We are excited to demonstrate all the new things in gt 0.7.0. This release has so many new features and enhancements that unlock new ways for making tables.
With the vetiver package, data scientists have a streamlined, consistent way to maintain machine learning pipelines. We recently updated our Bike Share prediction application using vetiver and Quarto.
RStudio Package Manager 2022.07 now lets you publish your own binary packages, saving you time and frustration.
The Workbench homepage has been improved by offering more information at a glance, and by more accurately reporting information regarding session statuses.
What's new and improved in the latest RStudio IDE release 2022.07.0, code-named Spotted Wakerobin.
The Appsilon Shiny Conference was an exciting event for Shiny developers worldwide. Speakers from RStudio showcased recent advancements in Shiny technology and answered questions from the community.
gt 0.6.0 includes new features that will make your display/summary tables look and work better.
RStudio Academy is a new training program for professional data science teams. In this post, we explore the pillars that make Academy a tailored and effective experience for data scientists.
We are excited to announce real-time collaborative editing on RStudio Cloud. Users can join the same project, edit code, and immediately see each other’s changes.
The RStudio IDE includes a visual markdown editor that displays changes in real-time and provides support for technical writing. This post walks through several features of visual editing mode.
In this post, we explore possible challenges to putting Shiny in production and how to overcome them.