Publishing R or Other Content#
You can deploy other content that has an existing RStudio Connect
file. For example, if you download and unpack a source bundle from RStudio Connect,
you can deploy the resulting directory. The options are similar to notebook or
API/application deployment; see
rsconnect deploy manifest --help for details.
Here is an example of the
rsconnect deploy manifest command:
rsconnect deploy manifest /path/to/manifest.json
In this case, the existing content is deployed as-is. Python environment inspection and notebook pre-rendering, if needed, are assumed to be done already and represented in the manifest.
The argument to
rsconnect deploy manifest may also be a directory so long as that directory
Creating a Manifest File#
If you have R content but don't have a
manifest.json file, you can use the RStudio
IDE to create the manifest. See the help for the
rsconnect::writeManifest R function:
install.packages('rsconnect') library(rsconnect) ?rsconnect::writeManifest
For Quarto content, see also the section on publishing Quarto content from R.