Perhaps you have already used in your work OpenWebGIS or just have seen it or read about it. Due to this system exists since 2014. But we will describe OpenWebGIS briefly. It is an open source online/offline geographic information system for work in web browser or mobile app. Since its foundation, a great number of users have benefited from using this system functions.
As i was preparing myself for getting funding for the trip to the R user conference this year in Albacete, Spain I was coming across a highlightning talk by Josh Paulson about an interactive way of using the power of R without real struggling with R as a programming language: Shiny is a cool webapp which lets the user control the application via some drop-down menus and buttons and R computes the result in the background and displays them as well on the webpage: