This command gives an error something like No "webpack.config.js" found in directory "/Users/vijaykv/Desktop/patient-management/openmrs-esm-patient-management". Trying to use default config ... cli.js develop
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Right now each date is placed on the right-most top in each column. what if we can make all the dates as centred to respective weekdays like a more standard way. Is this issue good/valid to start with? May I create an issue in JIRA & directly start work on it?
what do you think @jwnasambu@ibacher ?
Wow! This is a good catch. @chibongho1 raised an issue regarding the datepicker format during the coffee break call and promised to create a ticket for it. This makes me believe he is the right person to address this.
We have a few things that didn’t really get UX review; this is one of them. Nevertheless, the dates are rendered in the corner so that information can be shown on the calendar, like how many appointments a specific service has. It just appears empty because, well the frontend piece requires a backend that is not part of the RefApp (this application needs to be refactored quite a bit).