iHRIS is built with a VueJS frontend and a NodeJS backend, both of which are included in this repository. To install, simply run
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:iHRIS/iHRIS.git.
From there, you will need to install the necessary npm packages. Navigate to the ui directory and run
npm install. Now, do the same for the server directory.
Both the ui and server components make use of config files. Both of these config files can be found under
config/ and include an example config file for your convenience. Copy the sample to
config/config.json for both ui and server and edit them as needed.
The server component relies on the presence of a fhir compliant server. The login credentials can be placed inside the config.json file for the server component.
iHRIS is divided into two components, the ui frontend and a backend. To start the ui frontend, run
npm run serve. To start the backend, run
npm run start.
Running iHRIS in a Docker Container
You can find instructions how to install docker here Docker Engine Installation
Instructions how to run the
ui and the
backend are in the respective directories.
What do I need?
In order to run iHRIS, you will need a FHIR compatible server (such as hapi), an elasticsearch instance, kibana, and nginx to run kibana. Please refer those installation documents for guidance. You will also need nodejs and npm to install packages and run the backend server.
iHRIS is powered by a FHIR compliant server. This allows the user to tailor their installation by changing the structure definitions to show/hide different components, add custom extensions, and rename sections. We have provided several custom structure defintions insides the resources/StructureDefintion directory. Load those to your FHIR compatible server.
iHRIS includes basic username / password authentication for all pages other than the dashboard. A sample user can be found under resources/demos/admin.iHRISUser.json. The username and password for this user is admin / admin. It is STRONGLY recommended that the password be changed on installation.