The new shiny client has been built to work with the new ODBC server packages.
It includes the ability to add custom server names, the ability for developers to upload server files to the shiny server API, and the ability and ability to run Shiny server on top of the ODBc server, a service that was previously powered by GitHub.
Developers can also add their own custom servers to the Odbc server package.
A new release also includes a new API for developers, called ODBCLogger.
The ODBclogger API provides the following: A simple interface for creating and managing your own server.
A server can be created with an arbitrary username and password and can be run from anywhere.
A way to share your servers with your users, or with the rest of the world.
An easy-to-use, extensible API to work in parallel with other services.
New features in the OPDB server package, including the ability, for example, to create and manage multiple servers, to access the ODF files that store them, and to retrieve ODF documents from the ODb client.
The shiny server package was released earlier this year.
It is available for free on GitHub, and has also been featured on Ars Technic’s blog.