Dynamic downloadable reports in Shiny

In this section, we will learn how to use the Shiny downloadhandler function to render and download reports. We will also learn how to write an R Markdown document and make it dynamic.

Before we begin, let's understand the application that we are going to create. The following screenshot shows the main page of the application, where we have a textbox to change the title of the report and and a button to download the document in a Word file:

On downloading the report, you should find the new title of the document as well as the title of the graph, which are the same as we used in the textbox, as seen in ...

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