R Shiny is a popular web platform for building interactive web applications with R. However, as the complexity of applications grows, developers run into limitations with the platform making it not always the best solution. In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of moving from R Shiny to a more flexible web framework like React in combination with HighCharts and explain why we’re the best at doing this migration.
Another benefit of moving to React with HighCharts is performance. React’s virtual DOM and HighCharts’ optimized rendering engine can make web applications faster and more responsive. This is especially important for applications that deal with large datasets or complex visualizations that you’re probably working with if you are a statistician working in R.
Over the years, we’ve developed a custom application architecture for this type of environment and have extensive experience in migrating applications from R Shiny to React with HighCharts backed the power of SQL Server and other powerful database engines. We understand the challenges of working with complex data and visualizations, and we know how to build scalable and maintainable solutions. Being experienced developers and designers, we can work with you to understand your business needs and build a custom solution that meets your specific requirements.
So, in conclusion, moving from R Shiny to React with HighCharts can provide a range of benefits, including flexibility and performance. If you’re considering this migration, it’s important to work with a company that has experience in building scalable and maintainable solutions in this area. We have the expertise to help you migrate your application and take full advantage of the benefits this architecture has to offer. Get in touche with us today to learn more about how we can help you with this migration.