Gepsio is a .NET-based document object model for XBRL documents. Load your XBRL document with the XbrlDocument class and work with your XBRL document exposed as a set of .NET classes with a variety of properties and methods. Loaded XBRL documents are automatically validated against the information against the XBRL specification, and the XbrlDocument object is flagged as invalid when invalid XBRL documents are loaded. The Gepsio code base is unit tested using the XBRL-CONF-CR5-2012-01-24 unit tests designed by the XBRL organization.
Gepsio is maintained by Jeff Ferguson, a Principal Consultant with Magenic. He has been with Magenic since 1996 and has worked in the software development community since 1989. Jeff has developed code for the Microsoft technology stack during all of that time and has been involved in a variety of both desktop and Web-based projects using C, C++, C# and Visual Basic. Jeff’s professional profile can be found on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreyferguson/.
You can find the .NET assembly, along with full source code, at http://gepsio.codeplex.com/.
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