Shiny server tests are a useful tool to use when developing an app.
They allow you to test and deploy a server on your own machine without having to deal with complicated configuration files.
You can also write tests for new features, like adding new services, or even testing new versions of your codebase.
To get started with this new feature, we’ve created a Shiny test that can be used to test your RubyGem app.
In this article, we’ll show you how to use this feature and write a simple Shiny server that can deploy your app.
Start with a Simple Shiny Server The first thing you need to do is to set up a Shiny gem.
To start, you’ll need to create a Shiny instance of your app, and then open a terminal.
Open a terminal window and enter: $ gem install shiny gem setup To create a new Shiny server, you need the command gem install to install all the dependencies.
To test a new feature or change a configuration file, use the shiny server command.
To deploy a new version of your Ruby app, you can use gem deploy to deploy your server.
To open the Shiny server you can do: $ ruby shiny.rb $ ruby app:start Next, you will need to configure your Shiny server by typing gem configure in a terminal: $ cd /tmp/shiny-server-config.rb The first step is to add a server in the config section.
This is where we’ll add the server name, port, and name.
The port will tell us the port number on which the server listens.
The name will tell you how the Shiny service will respond to your request.
Next, we can set the server’s name.
This name will be the name of the server that will be listening on the port that we specified.
The default server name is ShinyServer.
Now, you should see the following page in your terminal window: # Start Shiny server with a name that is appropriate for your app $ ruby bright.rb # Deploy a new shiny server $ gem deploy ShinyServer $ ruby Bright.rb