We are very happy to announce that review and consumption software XOR from Ez-XBRL is the latest product to join the XBRL Certified Software family.
Why are some iXBRL reports very slow, while others with similar levels of design open almost instantaneously? The answer largely lies not in the iXBRL itself, but the HTML – and our latest post suggests solutions for lightning-fast HTML with no compromise on visuals.
We now have more than 2,300 ESEF filings available to view, analyse or download at filings.xbrl.org. The inclusion of taxonomy packages in the XBRL Certified Software programme appears to have significantly reduced the number of packaging errors in this year’s reports.
We are very pleased to announce that report creation software Comarch ESEF from Comarch S.A. is the latest product to join the XBRL Certified Software family.
The XBRL Standards Board has this week approved an update to the XBRL Data Type Registry (DTR). Most notably, this adds a new item type for use in reporting greenhouse gas emissions.
Our collection of ESEF filings has tipped over into four figures and beyond, with the total standing at 1,365 as of 17 March. We aim to make it easy to find and access ESEF data, currently a complex process due to varying publishing mechanisms in different countries.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the promotion of the Assertion Severity 2.0 specification to Proposed Recommendation status, helping XBRL users to apply data quality rules in highly flexible ways.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved an update to the XBRL Unit Registry. It makes new standardised units available for measuring greenhouse gas emissions and for reporting in the energy sector.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of a new version of the Transformation Rules Registry. Transformation Rules support the Inline XBRL specification, defining how values such as dates and numbers that are presented using local conventions are converted into the consistent, standardised formats required for structured data.