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    Tony Shannon
    @tony-shannon
    they have been developed to work independently , yet brought together in our open source "showcase".
    See playlist here to get a real breadth/depth of the stack;
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNxHSK29ViKLrrhdPTqbYr6XGTya4uGBv
    our interest is as much a great UX/UI as well as the world leading openEHR standard for data persistence
    so we believe the UX/UI should inform the data models as much as the data models should inform the UI
    so you'll see the overall framework and range of UX/UI Components in PulseTile here
    http://docs.pulsetile.com/ui-principles.html
    the key thing to understand from a developer point of view is that we are seperating UI oriented JSON (PulseTile) from persistence oriented JSON (openEHR/EtherCIS) .. the reason for that is most healthcare applications should be able to handle data from external systems that are not openEHR compliant (FHIR) as well as those that are , which is where our middleware/integration layer QEWDjs comes in
    Tony Shannon
    @tony-shannon
    QEWDjs can be explained as very "JSON oriented", its nodeJS based tech etc. and one of its main jobs is the mapping between UI JSON and openEHR JSON with this kind of tooling here.
    http://docs-showcase.ripple.foundation/qewd_json_mapper.html
    If want to develop an app that natively handles openEHR JSON directly you dont need this... you can work directly from the openEHR JSON from EtherCIS
    but if you have any other JSON in the mix, then QEWDjs is set up for that
    One other thing, we have been experimenting with some tools that make the openEHR JSON to UI JSON even easier and see this prototype which is probably close to what you are looking for;
    this is not a tool we use in production, but it will give you ideas on how openEHR/QEWD/PulseTile JSON can be mapped to forms etc
    its based on some experimenting here, which will allow you look under the hood some more
    Hope all that helps.. any other Q please let us know
    carrickg
    @carrickg
    Thanks Tony, I'll give that a read through!
    OZ Gnaly
    @OZGnaly
    hi there. i'm new and real appreciate the work already done.
    ricocos84
    @ricocos84
    I'm new as well and just starting to install everything. As I was looking through the documentation (very nice work) I didn't see a patient scheduling module. Is there a scheduling plugin?
    r-f-code-custodian
    @r-f-code-custodian

    I'm new as well and just starting to install everything. As I was looking through the documentation (very nice work) I didn't see a patient scheduling module. Is there a scheduling plugin?

    @ricocos84 There is an events tile, http://docs.pulsetile.com/react-admin-events.html

    This project is no longer being actively supported as the Ripple Foundation has not had the funding to do so, see related updates here
    https://ripple.foundation/2019/11/a-story-of-makers-takers/
    https://ripple.foundation/2020/09/changes-challenges-choices/
    for further development of PulseTile, we can recommend you look at the underlying React Admin library the latest version was built on
    and the company behind it if you have related Qs is marmelab
    CodeBaby
    @Khada-Viciano
    Hi , im farely new to the world of openehr and pulsetile ,i have been trying to install locally on my pc and am having a hardtime getting a working ripple middleware ,im met with lots of bugs on the latest version of the OIDC provider and client, everything else seems okay, can someone help or direct me in the right direction thanks.
    r-f-code-custodian
    @r-f-code-custodian

    This project is no longer being actively supported as the Ripple Foundation has not had the funding to do so, see related updates here
    https://ripple.foundation/2019/11/a-story-of-makers-takers/
    https://ripple.foundation/2020/09/changes-challenges-choices/

    for further help with Qewd , the middleware within Ripple, please contact https://twitter.com/rtweed of M/Gateway Ltd