[Rd] Passing R code from webpage

Simon Urbanek simon.urbanek at r-project.org
Sun Feb 17 17:57:37 CET 2013

On Feb 17, 2013, at 11:30 AM, Matevz Pavlic wrote:

> Hi , 
> thanks for all the replies. 
> I'll have a good look at this FastRWeb.  Just one thing. My pages are done
> with Razor *.CSTHML. Could this be a problem for FastRWeb (and me) ;)?

R doesn't care how you generate the pages - it will be just processing requests that you define on such pages. Think of it as serving R scripts by a web server - it doesn't matter how you construct the URLs/requests that reference it.

BTW: since you mentioned CSHTML  --- you'll lose a lot of benefits on Windows, so if you think of using Windows as a server, think twice ;). Pretty much all scalable solutions assume you are using unix. On Windows you'll need a pool of R instances if you want to have some illusion of scalability so it's a lot more involved and wasteful.


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