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Highcharts JS is a JavaScript charting library based on SVG, with fallbacks to VML and canvas for old browsers.

Download and install Highcharts

This is the working repo for Highcharts. If you simply want to include Highcharts into a project, use the distribution package instead, or read the download page. Please note that there are several ways to use Highcharts. For general installation instructions, see the docs.

Use our CDN

Instead of downloading, you can use our CDN to access files directly. See code.highcharts.com for details.


Install from npm

See npm documentation on how to get started with npm.

npm install --save highcharts

Install from Bower

Bower is deprecated, but to install, run:

bower install highcharts

Load Highcharts from the CDN as ECMAScript modules

Starting with v6.1.0, Highcharts is available on our CDN as ECMAScript modules. You can import ES modules directly in modern browsers without any bundling tools by using

 (demo):
```html

The following example shows dynamic import with lazy-loading:
js const loadHighchartsAndCreateChart = async () => { const { default: Highcharts } = await import('https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/highcharts.src.js'); await import('https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/highcharts-more.src.js'); await import('https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/modules/exporting.src.js'); await import('https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/modules/export-data.src.js');
Highcharts.chart('container', { /* options */ });

}; ``` View it live on jsFiddle;

Load Highcharts from the CDN as an AMD module

Highcharts is compatible with AMD module loaders (such as RequireJS). The following example demonstrates loading Highcharts along with two modules from our CDN using RequireJS. ```html

</p>
    <script src="require.js"></script>
    <script>
        require.config({
            packages: [{
                name: &#39;highcharts&#39;,
                main: &#39;highcharts&#39;
            }],
            paths: {
                // Change this to your server if you do not wish to use our CDN.
                &#39;highcharts&#39;: &#39;https://code.highcharts.com&#39;
            }
        });
    </script>


    <div id="container"></div>
    <script>
        require([
            &#39;highcharts&#39;,
            &#39;highcharts/modules/exporting&#39;,
            &#39;highcharts/modules/accessibility&#39;
        ], function (Highcharts) {
            // This function runs when the above files have been loaded.</p>
            // Create a test chart.
            Highcharts.chart('container', {
                series: [{
                    data: [1,2,3,4,5]
                }]
            });
        });
    


``` See it live on jsFiddle. When using AMD modules, Highcharts also allows to load multiple versions in the same page.

Load Highcharts as a CommonJS module

Highcharts is using an UMD module pattern, as a result it has support for CommonJS. The following examples presumes you are using npm to install Highcharts, see Download and install Highcharts for more details. ```js // Load Highcharts var Highcharts = require('highcharts'); // Alternatively, this is how to load Highstock. Highmaps and Highcharts Gantt are similar. // var Highcharts = require('highcharts/highstock');

// Load the exporting module, and initialize it. require('highcharts/modules/exporting')(Highcharts);

// Generate the chart Highcharts.chart('container', { // options - see https://api.highcharts.com/highcharts }); ```

Load Highcharts as a transpiled ES6/UMD module

Since Highcharts supports ES6 (ESM - ECMAScript modules) and UMD (AMD, CommonJS), it can be also loaded as a module with the use of transpilers. Two common transpilers are Babel and TypeScript. The following examples presumes you are using npm to install Highcharts, see Download and install Highcharts for more details.

Babel

import Highcharts from 'highcharts';
// Alternatively, this is how to load Highstock. Highmaps and Highcharts Gantt are similar.
// import Highcharts from 'highcharts/highstock';

// Load the exporting module.
import Exporting from 'highcharts/modules/exporting';
// Initialize exporting module. (CommonJS only)
Exporting(Highcharts);

// Generate the chart
Highcharts.chart('container', {
  // options - see https://api.highcharts.com/highcharts
});

TypeScript + UMD

import Highcharts from 'highcharts';
// Alternatively, this is how to load Highstock. Highmaps and Highcharts Gantt are similar.
// import Highcharts from 'highcharts/highstock';

// Load the exporting module. import Exporting from 'highcharts/modules/exporting'; // Initialize exporting module. (CommonJS only) Exporting(Highcharts);

// Generate the chart Highcharts.chart('container', { // options - see https://api.highcharts.com/highcharts });

{
  "compilerOptions": {
    "allowSyntheticDefaultImports": true,
    "module": "umd",
    "moduleResolution": "node"
  }
}

TypeScript + ESM from CDN

// Load modules the ES6 way
import Highcharts from 'https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/highcharts.src.js';
import 'https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/modules/exporting.src.js';

// Generate the chart Highcharts.chart('container', { // options - see https://api.highcharts.com/highcharts });

{
  "compilerOptions": {
    "allowSyntheticDefaultImports": true,
    "esModuleInterop": true,
    "baseUrl": "./",
    "module": "es6",
    "moduleResolution": "node",
    "target": "es6",
    "paths": {
      "https://code.highcharts.com/es-modules/masters/*.src.js": [
        "node_modules/highcharts/*.src"
      ]
    }
  }
}

Create your own custom build of Highcharts

To reduce file size, or combine modules into one file to reduce latency, you may want to create your own build of the Highcharts modules. See Creating custom Highcharts files for the description.

Build and debug

If you want to do modifications to Highcharts or fix issues, you may build your own files. Highcharts uses Gulp as the build system. After

npm install
in the root folder, run
gulp
, which will set up a watch task for the JavaScript and SCSS files. Now any changes in the files of the
/js
or
/css
folders will result in new files being built and saved in the
code
folder. Other tasks are also available, like
gulp lint
.
npm install
gulp

Generate API docs

Run in this

highcharts
repository the doc generator with
npx gulp jsdoc-watch
, which also starts a new server with the generated API documentation.

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