You can interact with Simplifier.net to use your own FHIR resources. In order to
login to your Simplfier account you use the
> fhir login email=<your email> password=<your password>
Other operations are:
> fhir logout #Clears the credentials for Simplifier.net > fhir license #List the features in your license > fhir doc <canonical> #Brings you to the documentation page of the resource
After a succesfull login you can use the
projects command to list all your projects on Simplifier
> fhir projects
You can perform the following commands with you projects:
> fhir project clone <project> #Clones a project form Simplifier.net in a sub folder > fhir project update #Synchornizes you project with a specific folder > fhir project sync #Synchronizes current folder with the corresponding Simplfier project > fhir push #Pushes all changes to the corresponding project on Simplifier > fhir pack #Creates a package from the current project
The intended workflow is as follows:
Clone your project.
Set the working directory to <your project>.
Make changes to your project locally.
Sync your project with Simplifier.
After a project is cloned you will can see what is in the folder by using
ls this will show you a list of all the content.
You will see that there is a package.json file in there. These are the dependencies that this project depends on. This is setup
in Simplifier with the dependencies, but we also have to install them locally. You can install them by running the
> fhir restore
You can check wether the restore is performed correctly by using the
This will show you the full list of dependencies installed for your project.
> fhir scope
Note: When using the
push command Firely Terminal deduces the project name from the foldername you are currently
in. With these operations a .ZIP file is send to Simplifier to import. This currently does not give you feedback in Firely Terminal.