Create fresh themes for use in {shiny}, {shinydashboard} and {bs4Dash} applications and {flexdashboard} documents.

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Installation

You can install stable version from CRAN with:

You can install the development version of fresh from GitHub with:

remotes::install_github("dreamRs/fresh")

shiny

Create new themes to use in shiny applications with fluidPage or navbarPage. From the default theme :

Obtain this :

This theme was creating with following code:

create_theme(
  theme = "default",
  bs_vars_navbar(
    default_bg = "#3f2d54",
    default_color = "#FFFFFF",
    default_link_color = "#FFFFFF",
    default_link_active_color = "#FFFFFF"
  ),
  bs_vars_color(
    gray_base = "#354e5c",
    brand_primary = "#75b8d1",
    brand_success = "#c9d175",
    brand_info = "#758bd1",
    brand_warning = "#d1ab75",
    brand_danger = "#d175b8"
  ),
  bs_vars_state(
    success_text = "#FFF",
    success_bg = "#c9d175",
    success_border = "#c9d175",
    info_text = "#FFF",
    info_bg = "#3f2d54",
    info_border = "#3f2d54",
    danger_text = "#FFF",
    danger_bg = "#d175b8",
    danger_border = "#d175b8"
  ),
  bs_vars_wells(
    bg = "#FFF",
    border = "#3f2d54"
  ),
  output_file = "www/mytheme.css"
)

Use the created theme like this:

navbarPage(

  title = "My application",
  theme = "mytheme.css",

  ...
)

shinydashboard

Customize colors and other settings used in {shinydashboard} applications :

Create the theme:

mytheme <- create_theme(
  adminlte_color(
    light_blue = "#434C5E"
  ),
  adminlte_sidebar(
    width = "400px",
    dark_bg = "#D8DEE9",
    dark_hover_bg = "#81A1C1",
    dark_color = "#2E3440"
  ),
  adminlte_global(
    content_bg = "#FFF",
    box_bg = "#D8DEE9",
    info_box_bg = "#D8DEE9"
  )
)

Use your theme:

dashboardPage(
  header = dashboardHeader(title = "My dashboard"),
  sidebar = dashboardSidebar(
    # ...
  ),
  body = dashboardBody(

    use_theme(mytheme), # <-- use the theme

    # ...

  )
)

See more information here: Variables for {shinydashboard} or in R console: vignette("vars-shinydashboard", package = "fresh").

bs4Dash

Create a theme to personalize your {bs4Dash} applications:

Create the theme:

mytheme <- create_theme(
  bs4dash_vars(
    navbar_light_color = "#bec5cb",
    navbar_light_active_color = "#FFF",
    navbar_light_hover_color = "#FFF"
  ),
  bs4dash_yiq(
    contrasted_threshold = 10,
    text_dark = "#FFF",
    text_light = "#272c30"
  ),
  bs4dash_layout(
    main_bg = "#353c42"
  ),
  bs4dash_sidebar_light(
    bg = "#272c30",
    color = "#bec5cb",
    hover_color = "#FFF",
    submenu_bg = "#272c30",
    submenu_color = "#FFF",
    submenu_hover_color = "#FFF"
  ),
  bs4dash_status(
    primary = "#5E81AC", danger = "#BF616A", light = "#272c30"
  ),
  bs4dash_color(
    gray_900 = "#FFF"
  )
)

Use your theme:

bs4DashPage(
  title = "bs4Dash custom theme",
  navbar = bs4DashNavbar(skin = "light"),
  sidebar = bs4DashSidebar(
    title = "bs4Dash custom theme",
    skin = "light",

    # ...

  ),
  body = bs4DashBody(

    use_theme(mytheme), # <-- use the theme

    # ...

  )
)

See more information here: Variables for {bs4dash} or in R console: vignette("vars-bs4dash", package = "fresh").