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Forge now supports Quality Control (already available in Simplifier and Firely Terminal) to improve the quality of your FHIR projects. For more information on how to use Quality Control please click here.

In addition to fixing a list of bugs, we also improved some features:

  • You can now see all the file types supported by Simplifier in the project list view.
  • The Open in external application option has been added to the context menu of the project list view
  • Forge now uses Firely .NET SDK 4.0.0 and .NET6

You can find our complete release notes here.

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