by Aidbox


Aidbox example

Project structure

  • app - Aidbox app
  • mobile - React Native iOS app

Mobile - Aidbox mobile example app

App - Aidbox extend app

  • Creates a patient upon registering a new user
  • A simple implementation of FHIR Argo-Scheduling


  • Create a new box in or set up an Aidbox.Dev on your localhost

  • Prepare Aidbox

    • In Aidbox console open section Auth Clients
    • Click New button
    • Insert this code and click to Save button
      secret: my-super-secret
      first_party: true
        - client_credentials
        - basic
      id: fullstack-app
      resourceType: Client
    • Open section Access Control
    • Click New button
    • Insert this code and click Save button
        - id: fullstack-app
          resourceType: Client
      engine: allow
      id: fullstack-app
      resourceType: AccessPolicy
  • Deploy

    • Insert all information
  • Go to Users console on Aidbox and create a new user as shown below:

  formatted: Test User
  givenName: Test
  familyName: User
password: test
id: test
resourceType: User
  • Go to REST console and type in GET /Patient, a new patient should be created
  • Go back to Users console, select the created user and check if it's updated with a patient reference like:
  patient: Patient/<patient_id>

Run locally

  • Clone the App directory to your local machine
git clone
  • Create a .env file from env-tpl
cp env-tpl .env
  • Set all variables in a similar fashion:
export APP_INIT_URL=http://localhost:8888  //your Aidbox server URL
export APP_CLIENT_ID=fullstack-app              
export APP_CLIENT_SECRET=my-super-secret
export APP_URL=http://localhost:3000
export APP_SECRET=123456789
export PORT=3000
  • You might need to run
source .env

additionally and/or give your full local IP instead of "localhost"

  • Run this command to start the app
npm start