This is our Repo for the C# wrapper that we wrote for the Million Hearts Challenge
Include the MillionHeartsAPI dll in your project. This library also relies on JSON.Net and Microsoft's AntiXSS libraries, so the easiest way to do this is to use NuGET to get the package
Or, from the Package Manager Console:
PM> Install-Package MillionHeartsAPI
When we post an update, we'll try to inform you through updates here on GitHub or on our blog at blog.moxehealth.com
How to use the code:
You can initialize the code that you need to make a post sentence in 3 lines of code
There's a helper class that contains all of the form values.
var archpost = new ArchimedesPostHelper("40", "M", "70", "180", "F", "T", "T", "F", "120", "80", "100", "50", "50", "100", "8.0", "F","F", "2", "F", "1", "1", "F");
Only the first 5 values are required. We use default values for the other entries in the system. These are merely placeholders and you should handle exceptions before using this.
Create a new MillionHeartsAPI object
var makepost = new MillionHeartsAPI.MillionHeartsAPI();
Use sendArchimedesDataFull to make a POST statement to the API with your post helper as the parameter.
var post = makepost.sendArchimedesDataFull(archpost);
sendArchimedesDataFull returns a ArchimedesResponseHelper object, which contains all of the information from the post, which can be used or transported as needed.
Use closestSurescriptsPharmacy to send your calculated lat/long to the Surescripts API. This is the requirements from the Surescripts API. I would recommend using google maps geocoder to handle the geocoding if you don't have a solution in mind.
var pharm = makepost.closestSurescriptsPharmacy("3a0a572b-4f5d-47a2-9a75-819888576454", (float)44.979965, (float)-93.263836, 2)
closestSurescriptsPharmacy returns a SurescriptsResponseHelper, which contains all of the information from the post, which can be used or transported as needed. Address2 and crossStreet are handled as optional fields with a default value of "".
There's also a Test MVC3 Website included in the repository that shows this in action. (MightyHeartsTest).
We hope that this helps you on your way. Fork and share in kind. E-mail email@example.com if you have any questions with the usage of the classes or for feedback.
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