Forge now officially supports FHIR R4B and comes with an upgrade wizard that helps you:
- Analyse the impact and benefits of upgrading from R4 to R4B
- Convert all of your R4 resources to their equivalents in R4B
Read all about the R4B upgrade wizard in the Forge documentation.
Additional release highlights:
- Added option Do this for all current items when closing documents and being presented the option to Save or Discard the document.
- Added separate session message filter Corrections for messages related to corrections that Forge makes when you open a resource.
- Most settings from the Option menu have been moved to a Settings dialog.
- Various bugs were squashed.
You can find our complete release notes here.
Other news from Firely
The Call for Presentations for HL7 FHIR DevDays2023 is now open. Got a FHIR-related topic you think would interest your peers? Submit your proposal before February 1
Forge is now officially supports the R4B FHIR release and can help you migrate from R4 to R4B. All versions now support opening and fixing resources in bulk.
Improvements to the Guide editing experience, PlantUML directly in your pages and a truck load of smaller fixes.
Forge now supports Quality Control (already available in Simplifier and Firely Terminal) to improve the quality of your FHIR projects. In addition, you can now see all the file types supported by Simplifier in the project list view.
Join us on June 6-9 in Cleveland or online. These are the talks that focus on Forge and Simplifier.net →
This minor Forge release mostly fixes a bunch of bugs, but there are some feature improvements as well, like making it easier to get your FHIR Shorthand files on Simplifier and adding new elements to logical models.
Read all about the breaking changes, code clean-up, and code improvements we implemented
Synchronize your Simplifier projects with your local folders in Forge with one click.
The Firely Team is happy to announce the latest update to Firely Server.
Canonical Claims warnings are added to Projects and Packages.