1 hr 28 min

Episode 27: Peeling back the curtain of Movie Vue R (Part 2‪)‬ Shiny Developer Series

    • Technology

After a terrific showing of the eye-opening Movie Vue R in episode 26, Kent Russell and Herman Sontrop reveal the fundamental cast of R packages and workflows bringing the app to life. Kent leads us through live demonstrations of his R packages binding to Vue.js, illustrating the seamless way you can link existing HTML widgets to the Vue framework, as well as the mechanics of incorporating Shiny into existing Vue templates to unlock immense potential. Later in the episode we learn revolutionary techniques for adapting the popular crosstalk package to Vue apps, as well as a unique way of tracking application state. Each of these demonstrations reveal many nuggets of development wisdom straight from a true pioneer in bridging the amazing worlds of JavaScript and R together!
Resources mentioned in the episode
Kent's packages and examples used in the live coding demonstrations: vue.js for R - github.com/vue-r/vueRvue-cli-r - github.com/timelyportfolio/vue-cli-rvite vue3 and Shiny - github.com/timelyportfolio/vite-vue-rvaltio vanilla with utils as standalone using browserify - github.com/timelyportfolio/valtio_standaloneKent's listviewer HTML widget for viewing lists: cran.r-project.org/package=listviewerLinking vue to crosstalk - github.com/vue-r/vueR/issues/12Episode Timestamps
00:00:00 Episode Introduction

00:01:00 The vueR package and introductory examples

00:06:55 Live coding example with vuetify

00:13:55 vueR example, adding a calendar date selector and other mint-ui elements to your Shiny app

00:21:00 htmlwidget leaflet map example

00:24:10 Example of a sunburst plot

00:33:15 Example of a checkbox selector for hierarchical element trees

00:36:00 JavaScript build steps with Vue CLI

00:59:30 vite vue 3 build example

01:09:30 A call to the community to help with vueR development goals

01:10:30 Integrating crosstalk

01:14:30 Using vuex as a store of state. Time travel through the state of your Shiny app

01:20:24 Example of valtio

01:27:08 Episode wrapup 

After a terrific showing of the eye-opening Movie Vue R in episode 26, Kent Russell and Herman Sontrop reveal the fundamental cast of R packages and workflows bringing the app to life. Kent leads us through live demonstrations of his R packages binding to Vue.js, illustrating the seamless way you can link existing HTML widgets to the Vue framework, as well as the mechanics of incorporating Shiny into existing Vue templates to unlock immense potential. Later in the episode we learn revolutionary techniques for adapting the popular crosstalk package to Vue apps, as well as a unique way of tracking application state. Each of these demonstrations reveal many nuggets of development wisdom straight from a true pioneer in bridging the amazing worlds of JavaScript and R together!
Resources mentioned in the episode
Kent's packages and examples used in the live coding demonstrations: vue.js for R - github.com/vue-r/vueRvue-cli-r - github.com/timelyportfolio/vue-cli-rvite vue3 and Shiny - github.com/timelyportfolio/vite-vue-rvaltio vanilla with utils as standalone using browserify - github.com/timelyportfolio/valtio_standaloneKent's listviewer HTML widget for viewing lists: cran.r-project.org/package=listviewerLinking vue to crosstalk - github.com/vue-r/vueR/issues/12Episode Timestamps
00:00:00 Episode Introduction

00:01:00 The vueR package and introductory examples

00:06:55 Live coding example with vuetify

00:13:55 vueR example, adding a calendar date selector and other mint-ui elements to your Shiny app

00:21:00 htmlwidget leaflet map example

00:24:10 Example of a sunburst plot

00:33:15 Example of a checkbox selector for hierarchical element trees

00:36:00 JavaScript build steps with Vue CLI

00:59:30 vite vue 3 build example

01:09:30 A call to the community to help with vueR development goals

01:10:30 Integrating crosstalk

01:14:30 Using vuex as a store of state. Time travel through the state of your Shiny app

01:20:24 Example of valtio

01:27:08 Episode wrapup 

1 hr 28 min

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