A few weeks ago I published version 0.2.11 of Citation.js. The main change was the addition of jQuery.Citation.js, updated for version 2 of Citation.js. jQuery.Citation.js is a small jQuery plugin to build simple forms where you can fill in metadata, which gets translated to CSL-JSON. The configuration options are currently quite limited, so it only really works as a demo for Citation.js itself.
Since then (the current version is 0.2.15), the improvements have been bug fixes and the addition of (more support for) certain fields in both Wikidata and BibTeX. More interesting is what's going to happen in the next few releases.
I've been planning version 0.3 for a while now and these things are probably going to be in it:
- Asynchronous parsing: Parse input asynchronously, to allow asynchronous file requests, mainly for Wikidata.
- More BibTeX: Publication type-specific fields, for example, should be parsed accordingly. I recently found a new guide to BibTeX, which should help as well.
Helper methods: Expose certain sub-parsing methods, like
Citebetter: De-expose data that shouldn't be changed, add version information to
- Deprecate log: It's more or less useless. I'll add an option to enable it.
- Structure code better: It's a mess, and things are broken. I'll change some file locations and add browserify etc.