Dear Posit Community members,
I am creating big html documents using R Markdown. These documents contain 200 till 300 charts generated using ggplotly. The creation/knitting of these files works well. Though, these files can be 40-50 MB in size and are very slow to load in a web browser. It can take multiple minutes to open the html document in a web browser.
I tried speeding up the loading of these html documents by using the lazyrmd package, but this didn't work. Also, the lazyrmd package seems discontinued.
Are there alternative ways to speed up the loading of big html documents with many ggplotly charts that were generated using R Markdown?