software-development-kit | HL7 compliant Javascript/Node applications | Analytics library

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kandi X-RAY | software-development-kit Summary

kandi X-RAY | software-development-kit Summary

software-development-kit is a Shell library typically used in Analytics, Meteor applications. software-development-kit has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

Welcome to the Meteor release track specializing in biomedical, healthcare, and clinical apps! This was formerly the home of the Meteor Cookbook; and is now a full-blown Meteor release track and distro that aims to be FDA, HIPAA, and HL7 compliant. We are currently working towards implementing other regulatory standards, including DICOM, CLIA, CCHIT, and EOE.

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              software-development-kit has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 1664 star(s) with 260 fork(s). There are 150 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 30 open issues and 43 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 223 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of software-development-kit is current.

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              software-development-kit has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              software-development-kit has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              software-development-kit code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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            how to make informix pdo work even though make test fails on debian machine and docker
            Asked 2022-Mar-30 at 11:51

            I try installing Informix with PDO locally and on docker, each way leads to the same failing tests.

            I'm not sure if 'just' the tests are failing because some configuration would be needed to make them run, while the client / pdo would work fine if I start working on these.

            It turns out that the PDO works even though the make test all fail. Meaning with below Dockerfile it is possible to spin up a PHP-8.0 Informix 4.50 PDO_INFORMIX 1.3.6 container (you need to download the IBM Informix CSDK and the PDO first)




            Answered 2022-Mar-30 at 11:51

            With this docker-compose and the dockerfile mentioned in the question above, a workable solution can be established.
            Ensure the tmp folder for the DB exists and can be written to



            NFC-tag password protection with ST25 android SDK
            Asked 2021-May-20 at 12:09

            I'm working with ST25 tags, more specifically type5 tags ST25DV64K. The ST25 SDK for android has some interesting examples and tutorials in it. I'm still struggling to use the code example provided at the end of the doc here concerning password-protected data, which consist in those lines:



            Answered 2021-May-20 at 12:09

            In the ST25 SDK Zip file, you will find an example of a basic Android App using the ST25 SDK Library (it is in \integration\android\examples\ST25AndroidDemoApp).

            This example uses a class called “TagDiscovery” which is able to identify any ST25 Tag and to instantiate the right object. In your case, if you are only using ST25DV64K Tags, you will probably want to do something simple.

            Here is what I suggest you: In your android activity, I expect that you have subscribed to receive a notification every time an NFC tag is taped (in “ST25AndroidDemoApp” example, look at enableForegroundDispatch() in onResume() function). To identify if the Intent corresponds to an “NFC Intent”, we check if the Intent’s Action is ACTION_NDEF_DISCOVERED, or ACTION_TECH_DISCOVERED or ACTION_TAG_DISCOVERED.

            When this is the case, we know that it is an NFC Intent. We can then call this to get the instance of androidTag:



            Can't run a java file using javac
            Asked 2020-May-28 at 15:53

            I've got the same problem as the user who posted this question. I am trying to run a Java file on a Windows machine using Command Prompt, but I'm having no success using any of the information I've gleaned from the linked question, nor from WikiHow, nor from this user on another site with the same problem.

            Here are the steps I've taken.

            1. I've created a Java file using Notepad, called, and saved it in a folder called "Java". The file directory is C:\Users\[myname]\Google Drive\Java. The code in the file is a simple Hello World as below:

            class HelloWorld { public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("Hello World!"); } }

            1. I've downloaded Java version 8, and the latest version of the Java JDK (14.0.1) from the website. I previously had the JDK 12.x.x installed, so I uninstalled that.

            2. I've opened System Properties > Advanced > Environment Variables, gone to the "Path" variable in "System variables", clicked "Edit" and added a new environment variable, which was the path to the JDK bin: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-14.0.1\bin. I then clicked "Move Up" until this variable was at the top.

            3. After clicking OK and closing this window, I've opened Command Prompt, typed set path=C:\Users\[myname]\Google Drive\Java in order to (I imagine) set the path to where my file is. I've typed in path to confirm that this has worked.

            4. I've typed in Command Prompt javac When I hit Enter, I get the output:

            'javac' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

            I'm honestly not sure what steps are left to take. Is there a simple fix to get this file to run?



            Answered 2020-May-28 at 15:53


            1. Setup the environment variables properly. In the Path System variable, you should add the path to bin directory. Something like C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-11.0.5\bin and then, you need to define a new system variable with name JAVA_HOME and point it to the java installation directory, not the bin directory. Something like C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-11.0.5
            2. You need NOT use the Set command, as of now environment variables are set. Open up a new powershell or command prompt and type java -version. If this prints the java version, then you are good to go with the next steps.
            3. Go to your directory where your java class resides. Open up a powershell window there, with shift + right click and open Powershell window here option. Then type javac
            4. To run programme, java HelloWorld


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