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An example application of CareKit's OCKSample synchronizing CareKit data to the Cloud via ParseCareKit.
Similar to the What's New in CareKit WWDC20 video, this app syncs between the AppleWatch (setting the flag
isSyncingWithCloud = false. Different from the video, setting
isSyncingWithCloud = true (default behavior) in the aforementioned files syncs iOS and watchOS to a Parse Server.
ParseCareKit synchronizes the following entities to Parse tables/classes using Parse-Swift:
Use at your own risk. There is no promise that this is HIPAA compliant and we are not responsible for any mishandling of your data
The easiest way to setup your server is using the one-button-click deployment method for parse-hipaa.
You can setup your parse-hipaa using Docker. Simply type the following to get parse-hipaa running with postgres locally:
docker-compose up- this will take a couple of minutes to setup as it needs to initialize postgres, but as soon as you see
parse-server running on port 1337., it's ready to go. See here for details
docker-compose -f docker-compose.mongo.yml upinstead of
The easiest way to setup your dashboard is using the one-button-click deployment method for parse-hipaa-dashboard.
Parse Dashboard is the easiest way to view your data in the Cloud (or local machine in this example) and comes with parse-hipaa. To access:
Note that CareKit data is extremely sensitive and you are responsible for ensuring your parse-server meets HIPAA compliance.
If you plan on using this app as a starting point for your produciton app. Once you have your parse-hipaa server in the Cloud behind ssl, you should open
ParseCareKit.plist in Xcode and change the value for
Server to point to your server(s) in the Cloud. You should also open
Info.plist in Xcode and remove
App Transport Security Settings and any key/value pairs under it as this was only in place to allow you to test the sample app to connect to a server setup on your local machine. iOS apps do not allow non-ssl connections in production, and even if you find a way to connect to non-ssl servers, it would not be HIPAA compliant.
You should run the extra scripts outlined on parse-hipaa here.