RStudio 1.0

Kevin Feasel



RStudio has officially hit 1.0:

While RStudio has been an enormously useful IDE for R since day 1, it’s officially been in “beta” status all of this time. But last week, RStudio released the first official production version, RStudio 1.0. Check out that link for the release history of RStudio and all that’s been added to it over the last 6 years, but this release also adds major new functionality, including:

R Tools for Visual Studio is certainly making strides, but RStudio is the gold standard for R IDEs.

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