Started R a semester ago and looking for the best way to create a website for my internship. The website will be available for public use and needs to compute information manually inputted by specific companies on the website.
Shiny only has a limited number of hours though right?
You are confusing shiny-server software with shinyapps.io service, the latter has limits depending in your account type, the former needs to be installed in your own server and it's only limited for the resources you made available for it.
Oh ok. I have almost no familiarity with website development for R. So would you still recommend shiny-server software for what I need. Users need to select their business branch in my state out of all the branches to input information to calculate some simple algebraic answers specific to them.
Sorry about all the questions
Do you know if there is anything good for website development in r. When i looked it up, shiny kept coming up
You can create web content with R using things like rmarkdown, blogdown, shiny, etc. But R and Rstudio are not specifically tailored for web design and development, so it's possible but it is not the best tool for the job.
Also, I think you are confusing the concepts of website, web page and web app, they are similar but not the same.
blogdown is for static websites. Websites that can take user input and return a calculated value have been around since The Beginning, and you could probably rig a
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