BibJSON is a convention for representing bibliographic metadata in JSON; it makes it easy to share and use bibliographic metadata online.
It is a form of JSON - a simple, useful and common way of representing data on the web; we use it to shift information around between our apps.
- A BibJSON record is a JSON object
- A BibJSON collection is a JSON object containing "metadata" followed by "records"
- The "records" key in a collection points to a list of BibJSON records (JSON objects)
- The collection and the records both have the "collection" key, and their value should be the same
- Each record should have a "cid" - an identifier unique within the parent collection
- Each record should have a "type" - such as "article", "book", or even "author"
- Record type places no constraint on what can be placed in the record
- The default set of keys are based on the bibtex keys
- BibJSON keys are lowercase, no spaces, and usually singular
- The keys can point to strings, lists, or objects
- Any thing that is a simple string should remain so
- Where object complexity is required, make it an object
- Where additional keys are namespaced, include a "namespace" declaration in the collection "metadata"
- BibJSON APIs may return other metadata relevant to the parent app; developers can identify such metadata by prefixing the key with "_"; just ignore what is not useful to you
A community driven open source initiative to create a JSON based standard for resumes.
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