Monthly Archives: July 2014

Why use EWD.js with VistA rather than another standard Node.js framework?

I’ve seen this question posed about EWD.js, something along the lines of: Why should the VA and others put their faith in and backing behind EWD.js, a framework developed and supported by a small UK company, when there are plenty of well-known and community-supported Node.js frameworks for web application development? I’d like to try to […]

VistA Evolution: What’s Wrong with this Picture?

The US Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) has embarked on an initiative known as VistA Evolution, the goal of which is to create a new generation of their Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) that will be known as VistA4.   The aims of this initiative are entirely laudable: to modernise the ageing, but much loved and […]