The URL prefix (without slashes). Valid characters are a-z, A-Z, 0-9, hyphen, period, and underscore. For example, a value of 'foo' means that any request paths that begin with '/foo' will be mapped to the given directory.
The directory that contains the static resources to be served.
Shiny provides two ways of serving static files (i.e., resources):
Static files under the
www/directory are automatically made available under a request path that begins with
addResourcePath()makes static files in a
directoryPathavailable under a request path that begins with
Tools for managing static resources published by Shiny's web server:
addResourcePath()adds a directory of static resources.
resourcePaths()lists the currently active resource mappings.
removeResourcePath()removes a directory of static resources.