During Connect(); //2015 we showcased many technologies available to you as a developer across Azure, Office, Windows, Visual Studio and Visual Studio Team Services. We’ve also heard from you that you love to have real-world applications through which you can directly experience what’s possible using those technologies. This year, then, we built out a full health and technology scenario for our Connect(); //2015 demos and are delighted to share all the source code with you.
HealthClinic.biz is a fictitious regular doctor practice specialized in offering healthcare preventive care. This clinic is using different Microsoft and multi-channel apps built with Visual Studio 2015 to grow their business and modernize their customer experience. They also innovate and offer multiple apps and services—including websites, mobile apps, and wearable apps—to empower their patient’s well-being with easy access to manage their healthcare data and stay healthy.
This project uses some third-party assets with a license that requires attribution:
- Roboto Font: by Christian Robertson (Roboto at Google Fonts)
- Raleway Font: by Matt McInerney, Pablo Impallari, Rodrigo Fuenzalida and by Igino Marini (Raleway at Google Fonts)
For extra information about licenses, you can see it at the dependency repositories.
- Windows 10
- Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 (make sure you install UWP Development tools, Cross Platform Mobile Development, and Office Developer Tools).
- Xamarin for Visual Studio
- Microsoft Azure SDK for Visual Studio 2015
- Microsoft Office 2016
- Bing Maps Key - Getting a Bing Maps Key
- Microsoft Azure subscription
How to sign up for Microsoft Azure#
You need an Azure account to work with this demo code. You can:
- Open an Azure account for free.Azure subscription. You get credits that can be used to try out paid Azure services. Even after the credits are used up, you can keep the account and use free Azure services and features, such as the Web Apps feature in Azure App Service.
- Activate Visual Studio subscriber benefits. Your Visual Studio subscription gives you credits every month that you can use for paid Azure services.
- Not a Visual Studio subscriber? Get a $25 monthly Azure credit by joining Visual Studio Dev Essentials.
Please see our WIKI for detailed Azure deployment instructions for this demo scenario.
Here's links to blog posts related to this project:
- Connect(“demos”); // 2015: HealthClinic.biz by Erika Ehrli
- ASP.NET 5 and .NET Core RC1 in context Plus all the Connect 2015 News by Scott Hanselman
These samples and templates are all licensed under the MIT license. See the license.txt file in the root.