Streamlined Data Access through the XBRL API Standard Attend this webinar to learn about the new XBRL API – for casual data users, researching public companies, and commercial entities building their own XBRL database offerings.
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Join the growing number of professionals using the XBRL application programming interface (API). Share feedback, queries, ideas, templates and more to improve the functionality, efficiency and usability of this protocol. NEW! Check out the Classroom Activity template and XBRLUSCall function for PHP.
Get plugged in! Attend this webinar to learn about the new XBRL API – a unified interface to stored XBRL data (facts, taxonomies, assertions) and available resources that enable developers with limited XBRL knowledge to learn a single interface and quickly develop applications that access any data repository structured to the XBRL Specification.
The XBRL API (Application Program Interface) is a set of endpoints developed to help data users access timely, highly granular, structured XBRL data. This standardized API allows developers and data utilities, with limited XBRL knowledge, to learn a single interface to access data from any database that contains XBRL data. The XBRL API is a […more]
The Data Quality Committee is soliciting input on the 7th Data Quality Ruleset during a public review and comment period that will end on September 10, 2018.
The Data Quality Committee has approved and finalized IFRS validation rules, along with US GAAP rules in its 6th ruleset. Foreign private issuers and US GAAP filers should use the rules by the June 29, 2018 effective date.
For the first time, the Data Quality Committee has published IFRS validation rules, along with US GAAP rules in its 6th ruleset. Foreign private issuers are encouraged to participate in the public review of these new rules.
XBRL US Data Quality Committee Publishes Guidance on Cash Flow, Principles for Element Selection, & New Rules for SEC Filers
XBRL US announced that the Data Quality Committee (DQC) has published guidance for tagging the Statement of Cash Flow, along with two new automated rulesets, to help issuers prepare their XBRL financial statements, in addition, to Guiding Principles for Element Selection.
Reporting supply chain participants – public company personnel and partners, regulators, analysts and researchers – know the value of telling a company’s story with standardized data. And now, XBRL Achievements are showing up on LinkedIn and other professional/social networking platforms to let colleagues and other professionals know who sets and keeps the pace in a transformed reporting environment.