I'm trying to recall a word I've used before and I'm coming up blank. Here is the context: in computer programming, we often have new languages with multiple ways to accomplish the same end result. After a language is used for a while, people generally start to agree on the most "accepted" or common way of doing something. The term I am looking for describes the common or accepted usage of such a language.
This might be similar to colloquial, but that implies a less formal usage. Canonical might also be similar, but that also implies correct usage, not accepted usage.
To use in a sentence, "I'm familiar with the new language XYZ and all of its new syntax, but I'm interested in in the ___________ usage."
Try as I might, I just can't pick out the word I'm looking for, and Internet searches just come up with the same list of "almost" words.