RadioLogic GitHub repository including a tutorial about plugin development

Dear community,

at the first Orthanc conference in December 2019, I presented my RadioLogic project, a case-based learning and self-assessment tool for the Orthanc ecosystem for medical imaging.

I am pleased to inform you that all documents, samples and sources related to this project are available at my public GitHub repository RadioLogic.

I added a tutorial with 15 lessons in the Wiki of this repository. The first 9 lessons explain how to build and run an Orthanc server in a Docker container, accessible from the Internet.

In the 6 following lessons I describe how to create and install Orthanc plugins. 5 plugin samples, with increasing complexity, are developed, based on the Orthanc framework.

The following figure shows the 5 plugins installed in my RadioLogicArchive server.


Your questions are welcome.

Marco Barnig

Dear Marco Barnig,

Thank you so much for your contribution.

Vào Th 7, 18 thg 1, 2020 vào lúc 20:16 Marco Barnig <> đã viết:


Hello Macro,

Thank you very much for this invaluable contribution to the Orthanc documentation!


Dear Marco,

Again, thanks so much for your great contributions!

Alain has just indexed them in the “OrthancContributed” repository:

As your tutorials about creating plugins can be extremely useful to other developers, I have also added a link to them in the Orthanc Book:

Kind Regards,

Hi Marco,

absolutely brilliant stuff!