We recently launch the 2.0 version of our open source Firely .NET SDK. This new version will make your life as a FHIR developer even easier. We have implemented tons of new features that were high on your wish list. Discover what’s new and what changed in this new version!
At last week’s FHIR Developer Days in Amsterdam, we had a highly enjoyable break-out session on the use of canonical urls when taking versioning into consideration. The issue had been popping up more often recently, and we, as the… Continue reading →
During the long and rainy summer here in Amsterdam our team has been working hard to expand the .NET API to support more advanced usecases like full profile validation. Though validation may be The Most Wanted Feature for many of… Continue reading →
Most of you who attended the HL7 Atlanta WGM or the HL7 FHIR DevDays in Amsterdam have taken the opportunity to get photographed in a Jedi setting: hold a real lightsaber and look as fierce as you can. We are now… Continue reading →
As you probably know, FHIR lets you extend its datamodel using extensions, thus enabling you to add application and usecase specific data to the “core” datamodels. You can publish the details about these extensions on a FHIR server or repository,… Continue reading →
Last week, at the end of the FHIR DevDays, we offered participants a podium to demo their prototypes built or tested during the hackathon part of the DevDays. While there were surprisingly many interesting entries, one in particular struck me:… Continue reading →
As I said last week, most of my work currently centers around implementing FHIR’s Profile functionality. It’s a very important bit of the FHIR standard, but it is -as yet- invisible and hard to grasp for many. As well, I… Continue reading →
(This is a guest post by my colleague Martijn, who is implementing FHIR Profile validation for the .NET reference implementation) As reference implementers of FHIR, we try to fully understand the possible difficulties that future FHIR implementers would encounter. When… Continue reading →
We (in this case me, and my colleague Martijn) are currently writing the Profile validation subsystem for the .NET reference implementation. If you have spent time looking at the Profile specification you can probably sympathise that this is nor an… Continue reading →
At the upcoming May HL7 Workgroup Meeting in Phoenix, we will organize the 6th FHIR Connectathon. Track 2 will focus on Questionnaires, so both client and server developers can test their skills at creating and supporting the Questionnaire resource. As well,… Continue reading →
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