shiny.semantic lets you create a beautiful, non-standard UI for Shiny applications. It has a universal input binding method for your custom user interfaces which enables you to create various types of inputs.
We believe that beautiful UI is equally important as usability to any web application. That’s why we don’t make any compromises and support both. Appsilon’s open source packages will help you develop more advanced Shiny apps. Our packages introduce new functions, help with debugging, and significantly improve UI elements.
Our contribution to open source is backed up by thousands of downloads. We inspire discussion and growth, and we allow others to learn from our accomplishments. We enjoy giving back to the developer community and we love to create useful tools.
semantic.dashboard is a package for quickly creating beautiful and customizable dashboards. Designed to provide as much compatibility with shiny.dashboard syntax as possible, which makes the programmer’s life much easier. Dashboards allow you to easily structure your app, making it more user-friendly.
As Fluent UI is built in React, shiny.fluent is based on another package called shiny.react, which allows for using React libraries in Shiny. shiny.fluent gives your apps a beautiful and professional look, a rich set of easy-to-use components in Shiny, and the fast speed of development that Shiny is famous for.
This is a package for scalable and reproducible data validation. It provides functions for validating datasets in %>% pipelines (validate_if, validate_cols, and validate_rows), predicate functions from assertr package (in_set, within_bounds, etc.), and functions for creating user-friendly reports that you can send to email, store in logs folder, or generate automatically with RStudio Connect.