This year we celebrated new ways to use the XBRL standard, with xBRL-JSON and xBRL-CSV reaching final recommendation status in October as part of our new suite of specifications. xBRL-CSV is ideally suited for collecting huge quantities of granular data, making it an exciting tool for today’s regulators, while xBRL-JSON is designed to simplify analysis and make XBRL data easy to use.
Our regular readers will know all about xBRL-CSV and xBRL-JSON. They offer new ways to generate, analyse and share high-quality structured data using XBRL.
We are absolutely delighted to announce that XBRL International’s suite of new specifications, among them xBRL-CSV and xBRL-JSON, has reached final Recommendation status.
Hot off the virtual press here at XBRL International is our new tutorial on xBRL-JSON, complete with examples. If you are looking to understand the xBRL-JSON format, this an excellent place to start.
In August, the XBRL Standards Board voted to publish the xBRL-CSV, xBRL-JSON and xBRL-XML specifications to Proposed Recommendation, the final step before they mature to Recommendation status.
XBRL International, the standards setter for digital business reporting, expects to promote new xBRL-CSV and xBRL-JSON formats to Recommended status within 90 days.
XBRL International, the standards setter for digital business reporting, expects to promote new xBRL-CSV and xBRL-JSON formats to Recommended status within 90 days. As part of a long-term strategic effort to modernise and simplify important aspects of digital reporting, the XBRL Standards Board this week voted to publish updated report format specifications at the Proposed […]
In case you missed it, the European Banking Authority (EBA) reporting framework is set to support the new xBRL-CSV reporting format, in an important development that will facilitate filing of increasingly granular data.
Calling all Vendors! Interested in the future of XBRL? Enthusiastic about streamlined, modernised digital reporting and the ability to offer filers different data formats to suit their needs?
Congratulations to our friends at the Bank of Russia! It has become the first regulator to collect data using the xBRL-CSV format, facilitating the submission, storage and analysis of large volumes of granular data.