Each app has it's own Docker container, as well as a image tag on DockerHub, so you can easily run apps on your local machine; for example, this will run the zikar (shiny) app on http://localhost:3838
docker run -p 3838:3838 cpsievert/apps:shiny-zikar
If you'd like to run a particular app in this repo, you can get the relevant image tag from the
To run all the applications, you'll need to pull (or build) all the corresponding docker images. A necessary first step is to pull (or build) the corresponding docker images. Either way, I'd suggest cloning this repo:
git clone https://github.com/cpsievert/apps.git cd apps
Now you can run the
make command to build all the images or
make pull to pull them from my registry.
wget https://www.shinyproxy.io/downloads/shinyproxy-1.0.1.jar java -jar shinyproxy-1.0.1.jar
Some guidelines for adding new apps:
make shiny app=my-app(replacing
my-appwith a suitable name).
rsconnect::appDependencies()can be helpful during this step).
docker build -t cpsievert/apps:shiny-my-app shiny/apps/my-appto the Makefile
application.ymlfile, add your app's name, description, etc.