If you are interested in working with Indivo, you probably fall into one or more of
the following categories:
- General Interest: You’ve heard about this ‘Indivo X’ project, and want to learn
more about what it can do. You might want to check out our
non-technical site before
diving into this more technical overview.
- App Developers: You want to build applications that enable patients to engage in
their care, using Indivo’s RESTful API to store and fetch medical data. You are
interested in the API, including functionality and authentication.
- Indivo Administrators: You want to set up and host your own instance of Indivo,
so that you or others can build applications on top of it. You are interested in
pulling data into Indivo, setting up users, and managing your instance.
- Indivo Hackers: You are a big fan of Indivo, but realize (as do we) that there
are plenty of additions that could make Indivo X even better! You want to dive
into Indivo’s core codebase and fix bugs or add features, and contribute back
to our open-source community.
Based on your level of interest, check out the documentation below.