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** Built in .NET with the .NET reference implementation, WebApi 2.0 library, Mongo DB for storage and search.
 
** Built in .NET with the .NET reference implementation, WebApi 2.0 library, Mongo DB for storage and search.
  
* '''Grails''': https://fhir-open-api.smarthealthit.org - Josh Mandel / SMART Platforms
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* '''Java - SMART on FHIR''': https://sandbox.smarthealthit.org
** Open-source server in Grails (Java/Groovy) + Postgresql
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** [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/installer Open source] reference implementation of the SMART on FHIR stack in Java and MySql based on [https://github.com/mitreid-connect/OpenID-Connect-Java-Spring-Server MitreId Connect] and [http://jamesagnew.github.io/hapi-fhir/ HAPI FHIR].
** "SMART on FHIR" Server: https://fhir-open-api.smarthealthit.org | [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/installer Source]
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** Incorporates synthetic and de-identified [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/generated-sample-data data sets] for [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/data/dstu2-sandbox-data.html DSTU2] and [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/data/stu3-sandbox-data.html STU3], as well data management tools including the [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/patient-browser SMART Patient Browser] and [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/fred FRED FHIR Resource Editor].
** "FHIR Starter" App Launcher https://apps.fhir.me | [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/fapps Source]
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** Sample applications for [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/sample-apps DSTU2] and [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/sample-apps-stu3 STU3], client libraries for [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/clients/javascript/ JavaScript], [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/clients/python/ Python] and [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/Swift-SMART/ Swift], and developer tools such as the [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/fhir-support FHIR Support Matrix]
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**  Technical documentation is at http://docs.smarthealthit.org and code is at https://github.com/smart-on-fhir
  
 
* '''Delphi''': http://github.com/grahamegrieve/fhirserver
 
* '''Delphi''': http://github.com/grahamegrieve/fhirserver

Revision as of 21:48, 3 October 2017

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Introduction

This page lists known open source implementations of the FHIR specification. For a list of running servers, see Publicly Available FHIR Servers for testing

Reference Libraries

  • JAVA: https://github.com/jamesagnew/hapi-fhir - James Agnew / University Health Network
    • Open-source Java library for quickly creating FHIR Servers and Clients
    • Geared towards adding FHIR capability to existing applications (e.g. it's not a database, it's a library for quickly bolting FHIR on to your own database, or connecting to other FHIR servers as a client)
    • Supports all resource types, most operations, and both xml and json encodings
    • "Tinder" code generator (Maven plugin) creates model objects and clients from Profiles and Conformance statements
  • DotNet: https://github.com/furore-fhir/spark
    • Reference server built in parallel with Grahame's to test the specification
    • Supports all resource types, searches, all operations, xml + json
    • Built in .NET with the .NET reference implementation, WebApi 2.0 library, Mongo DB for storage and search.
  • Ruby: https://github.com/fhir-crucible/fhir_client
    • Open-source Ruby library for quickly creating FHIR applications
    • Geared towards adding FHIR capability to your Ruby applications.
    • Supports STU3 (default) and DSTU2, all resource types, most operations, and both xml and json encodings

Other Open source Implementations

  • FHIRBase - open source relational storage for FHIR with document API based on PostgreSQL. FHIRBase is an attempt to take the best parts of Relational & Document Databases for persistence of FHIR resources. FHIRBase stores resources relationally and gives you the power of SQL for querying & aggregating. At the same time FHIRBase provides a set of SQL procedures & views to persist and retrieve resources as a json documents in one hop.
  • the FHIR build tool itself is open source and includes various definitional and reasoning tools. See [1]. If you aren't signed up to the HL7 GForge, you can access the FHIR repository at [2] anonymously.
  • JSON-to-XML-Converter - JavaScript based open source library to convert FHIR between JSON and XML. It is built from the FHIR XML Schema.
  • [3] - DSTU-2 FHIR entities compatible with .Net Core