How-to: Publish Rhino app on Hugging FaceSource:
Hugging Face is a platform that allows publishing models, datasets, and web applications. Shiny applications (including Rhino) also can be hosted this way, with Hugging Face support for Docker containers as SDK. A sample Rhino application can be found here.
To publish your application, you will need to provide a
Dockerfile that defines the container that will be used to
host it. Such a
Dockerfile can look like this:
FROM rocker/shiny-verse:4.3.0 # Workaround for renv cache RUN mkdir /.cache RUN chmod 777 /.cache WORKDIR /code # Install renv RUN install2.r --error \ renv # Copy application code COPY . . # Install dependencies RUN Rscript -e 'options(renv.config.cache.enabled = FALSE); renv::restore(prompt = FALSE)' CMD ["R", "--quiet", "-e", "shiny::runApp(host='0.0.0.0', port=7860)"]
You might need to modify it with e.g. different R version, base Docker image, or some additional dependencies. Check Docker documentation and Hugging Face documentation for more details.