Phrase Definition Notes
API Application Programming Interface Machine readable equivalent of a web page and, in the web development world, the logical equivalent of an EDI document
Business entitites Basis of documents which are restricted by context to a specific domain  
Conformant tools Software tools that perform according to their specified standards  
Core Component Library Collection of business entities, based on core components which can be reused in many scenarios.  
CUSCAR Customs cargo report message  
DSL Domain specific language - computer language specialized to a particular application domain. This is in contrast to a general-purpose language (GPL), which is broadly applicable across domains  
JSON JavaScript Object Notation Most ubiquitous syntax for the representation of web resources – overtaking XML some years ago
JSON-LD JSON-Linked Data provides a way to attach consistent semantic meaning to data elements in any data exchange.
NDR Naming & Design Rules  
non-repudiable record    
OIDC OpenID connects Technical protocol for authentication and authorisation for web resources (a common example is websites that offer their customers the ability to “sign in with Facebook”)
RDM Reference Data Model Provides a way to attach consistent semantic meaning to data elements in any data exchange
REST Representational State Transfer API design style that breaks down complex domains into discrete business “resources” and then allows consumers to interact with them using simple web protocols.
RFC 2119    
Semantic Processor    
Semantic Versioning    
UN/EDIFACT United Nations rules for Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce and Transport  
W3C WebSub Protocol for publishers to update multiple subscribers about state changes of a web resource  
XMI XML Model Interchange, a standard for transfering data between UML modeling tools  
semver “Semantic Versioning”, a naming protocol that is widely used in software release management  

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