- Upcoming development plans
- Running from source
- GUI Operation
- Command Line Operation
- XBRL Database
- Architecture, Overview
- Architecture, Model
- Architecture, View
- Architecture, Controller
- API, Python
- API, Web Services
- Plug-in manager
- Package Manager
- Edgar Renderer Installation
Arelle is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0. Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.
|Mac OS App:||
|Linux x86 64: (Ubuntu, etc.)||
|Linux x86 64: (RedHat)||
|Sparc Solaris: (10+ 64bit)||
|Server (Py2.7): (App Engine)||
|XBRL database SEC (Postgres)||
Copyright and Trademark
Arelle’s copyright and trademark are currently owned by Mark V Systems Limited (a California Corporation).
User’s Manual and Translating Arelle to your language, XBRL Spain, 2011 Manual de Usuario (Spanish), XBRL España, 2011 API Documentation.
|Evolution and Future Trends for XBRL Development - Paper presented at 6th University of Kansas Conference on XBRL, April 25-27 2013, Lawrence, Kansas.|
|Enabling Comparability and Data Mining with the Arelle® Open Source Unified Model - Paper presented at First Conference on Financial Reporting in the 21st Century: Standards, Technology, and Tools in Macerata, Italy, 2011-09-09|
|Open Source & XBRL: the Arelle® Project – Paper presented at 5th University of Kansas Conference on XBRL, April 29-30 2011, Overland Park, Kansas.|
Contact and support
Contact users group: Arelle-Users Group, leave a comment below, or on the blog. You may also use e-mail to email@example.com
Review and improvement of code, suggestions for functionality, documentation, and just about everything is needed. To contribute an Apache 2 Contributor License is required (modified to name this project). If you are an individual, not under employee or works for hire agreement (e.g. student), please use the Individual Contributor agreement, otherwise the Corporate Contributor agreement. The reason why you need to use the corportate agreement if employed is because employment agreements and employment laws give intellectual property rights to the employer, so it is necessary for the employer to be part of that agreement.