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OpenMRS Developers Forum 2015-05-14
Recording:   (Audio)  (Adobe® Flash®)
Attendees
  • Burke Mamlin
  • Sara Armson
  • Wyclif Luyima
  • Maurya
  • Willa Mhawila
  • Ryan Yates
  • Suranga Kasthurirathne
  • Ada Yeung
  • Archana Eadara
  • Cosmin
  • Daniel Kayiwa
  • Ellen Ball
  • Hamish Fraser
  • Jonathan Dick
  • Jonathan Teich
  • Manika Maheshwari
  • Tharunya
  • Mike Seaton
  • Paul Biondich
  • Rafal Korytkowski
  • Shefali Oza
  • Tomasz Mueller
  • wintech
  • aniketha
Agenda & Notes
  • Review last week TODOs
  • TODO: Burke to notify presenters about their dev forum topics
  • TODO: Someone to Set up CI builds for MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and SQLServer, Oracle (We assume these will not be green lights)
  • TODO: Someone to Create tickets to address problems that occur for alternate DBs
  • TODO: Someone to Schedule sprint(s) to address DB tickets
  • TODO: Someone to push for mocks over integration tests
  • TODO: Someone to document how to test within IDE in dev pages in wiki
  • ThoughtWorks-SCI Ebola Module tech deep dive w/ Darius Jazayeri
  • Doctors were using tablets within the red zone (in full suits, gloves, etc.)
  • "Wouldl be neat if we had a tool to rename a module." -Darius
  • TODO: Created a ticket to add this feature as a maven task that can be invoked by SDK command "omrs-rename newname"
  • Use AngularJS code with UI Framework, so UI Framework could dynamically reload changes during devleopment
  • Avoided taking a day to set up dev environment
  • Didn't have time to embed/include localization
  • Grunt can assemble & minify javascript
  • TODO: consider using grunt maven plugin to allow automated builds to easily issue grunt commands
  • Used angular ui router
  • define "states", which specify path in browser, path to template, and can include additional data or control back button behavior
  • User login was simplified
  • User picks team and enters an ID to log in
  • This was done using a hack/workaround to bypass passwords
  • There's a ticket to formally support alternate authentication schemes: TRUNK-381
  • Created basic drug prescription writing
  • REST experience
  • does crud pretty easily, dealing with non-CRUD resources is harder (e.g., getting session information)
  • Would like to add ward and/or bed assignments as REST resources
  • Need better helper classes
  • Creating another order type worked pretty well
  • Couldn't use hibernate annotations, since Order uses hibernate mapping file
  • Used the metadatadeploy module, so all metadata was defined via code
  • CIEL dictionary was great assett and Andy was turning around updates quickly
  • Form entry
  • Created a "form flow" that hid the header and provided back/forward buttons to guide through form with save button at end
  • Questions
  • Did you consider using grunt/yeoman to manage your builds?
  • Nope
  • Did you consider using the application cache to manage version updates? 
  • Nope. We had reliable network in the facility, offline/caching wasn't necessary.
  • Next week
  • 21 May: GSoC Q&A/intro

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