The goal of flipdownr is to create a Countdown object within your RMarkdown documents and Shiny application.
You can install
flipdownr from CRAN with:
Functions and Arguments
flipdownr has one function:
flipdown which contains the following arguments:
downto : the targeted date for the countdown. It must have the form of ‘yyyy-mm-dd’ or ‘yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss`. Note that you can include the time zone (example UTC): ’yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss UTC’;
id : the id of the countdown. Useful when you need to include many countdown objects in one document;
theme : The theme of the flipdown object. Two possible choices: ‘dark’ or ‘light’. Defaults to ‘dark’
headings : A character vector pecifying the heading related to each time part. Defaults to English headings: c(“Days”, “Hours”, “Minutes”, “Seconds”).
This article was written the 2020-10-16 (16th of October 2020) at 16:13 (GMT+1) approximately, as such the CountDown will reflect it.
library(flipdownr) flipdown(downto = "2020-11-16", id = "c1", theme = "dark")
You can add another level of precision by specifying the exact time:
flipdown(downto = "2020-11-16 22:30:00 UTC", id = "c2", theme = "dark")
You can also specify a
flipdown(downto = "2020-11-16", id = "clight", theme = "light")
You can modify the headers with the
flipdown(downto = "2020-11-16", id = "cspanish", theme = "light", headings = c("Dias", "Horas", "Minutos", "Segundos"))
Code of Conduct
Please note that the website_iha project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.