I would like to publish my R Shiny App with the help of Docker Containers. In my app I have to read in data (for example as a txt-file or a xlsx-file) which is constantly changing. Does anyone have an idea how to handle this in Docker? I can create Containers of Shiny apps that ..
I keep running into this error when trying to build my docker "Error: Cannot open "/srv/shiny-server/data/shape/channel_islands.shp"; The file doesn’t seem to exist. Execution halted" Below is my docker file. Any one know why I would get this error? I triple checked my spelling and confirmed the .shp file is present. The shiny app runs with ..
I’m relatively new to RShiny, Golem and Docker. However, I’ve built a little analytics dashboard with the Golem framework that I’d like to deploy locally using Docker. I have been able to successfully build an image, but can’t seem to get the container to run properly. When I do so, the container initialises and then ..
I am developing an R package for a Shiny App and containerising this with Docker, and I’ve used Golem’s add_dockerfile() command to create the Dockerfile below. (I’ve removed most of the dependencies for brevity.) Unfortunately, it doesn’t build. Please could someone help? Dockerfile FROM rocker/r-ver:4.1.1 RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y git-core libcurl4-openssl-dev libgit2-dev ..
Is it possible to run a Shiny app from inside a Jupyter notebook that’s running in a container? Here’s some basic code. If I run this by using Visual Studio Code and remoting into the container it works: I can navigate to the displayed URL in the browser and see the app. library(shiny) runExample("01_hello") However, ..
I am trying to install the latest shiny package in my shiny docker container so I can leverage the moduleServer function now part of the shiny package. In the logs I check I can see that while the container gets set up without issue, for whatever reason when I run the current rocker/shiny repo, it ..
I have developed a shiny app for a client and he needs it to be deployed on his local server for confidentiality concerns. The client prepared for a Debian VM with some sufficient characteristics, but I am not sure how to deploy it without surprising errors. Is there any tutorial on how to do it ..
I am currently in the process of bringing my R-Shiny app online. Unfortunately, I am not getting anywhere with my current approach (EKS Cluster + Shinyproxy) (see question: "ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE" – ShinyApp hosted over AWS (EC2 / EKS / ShinyProxy) does not work). Therefore, I have considered taking the (supposedly) easier route via Fargate. But I ..
I am currently on the home stretch to host my ShinyApp on AWS. To make the hosting scalable, I decided to use AWS – more precisely an EKS cluster. For the creation I followed this tutorial: https://github.com/z0ph/ShinyProxyOnEKS So far everything worked, except for the last step: "When accessing the load balancer address and port, the ..
I am currently thinking about the best way to deploy my RShiny app. After trying to host my app on a dedicated server via Shinyproxy, Docker and Nginx – but this solution was (surprise!) not really scalable. The RAM requirement per user was too high for that. I’m currently considering hosting the app via a ..