2.1 RStudio IDE
If you have already connected your RStudio IDE, see Section 3 to learn how to publish content to RStudio Connect.
2.1.1 Update the IDE
At the time of this writing, you will need to install at least version 1.0.44 of the RStudio IDE to interact with Connect. You can confirm this by opening the IDE and clicking “Help” > “About RStudio” and checking the version number at the top of that pane. If you are not running at least version 1.0.44, you should download the latest release.
2.1.2 Time Sync
The system running your RStudio IDE should have a synchronized system clock.
Content deployments will fail if the time reported by that system is too
different from the system running RStudio Connect. Most operating systems can
be configured to automatically set the date and time using
ntp or some other
clock syncing service.
2.1.3 Connecting Your Account
You’ll need to connect your IDE to Connect and authorize the IDE to use your Connect account. To add a publishing account to RStudio Connect, click Tools then Global Options… in the file menu.
This will open up the options menu, at which point you can click the Publishing icon on the sidebar, and then the Connect… button to create a new account.
Select that you want to configure an RStudio Connect account then enter the address of your server. Your Connect administrator can provide you with the address of the RStudio Connect server.
The optional nickname is helpful when managing multiple Connect accounts.
Clicking Next will open up a login window for RStudio Connect.
Log into Connect and authorize the IDE to deploy on your behalf.
You have successfully configured the RStudio IDE and are ready to publish content to RStudio Connect! See Section 3.
2.2 Jupyter Notebook
See the rsconnect-jupyter User Guide for details on how to connect a Jupyter Notebook to RStudio Connect.