Intranet application portfolio. This one’s still pretty rough and not up on GitHub yet, but stay tuned.
Got a problem sharing PHI (or any sensitive information) with a coworker, in a secure, HIPAA-compliant way? FSIX is a web app where you can upload sensitive information and share it with other users. FSIX will keep the information for a limited time (up to 2 weeks) and then delete it. If you need something stored longer than that, then this is not the droid you’re looking for—talk to IT about setting up a SharePoint team site or a shared network folder.
BTW, FSIX is pronounced like “F6”.
This is a reference application built on Backbone, Marionette, and RequireJS (and also SharePoint, but don’t let that scare you away). It’s an example application, more complex than the many To-Do sample apps out there, but still simple enough for one developer to comprehend. I’m putting it out there as a resource.
This is not a finished application that you can drop in place and use as-is. You might be able to use it as a kind of boilerplate to jump-start your development, but it’s not really done with that in mind. And it’s not a library you’ll want to build on top of.
I really mean for it to be primarily a learning resource. I learned a ton of stuff building it, but I also struggled at times because I couldn’t find a resource like this. Hopefully I can smooth out the learning curve for someone else.