Everybody’s favorite charting library.*
Highcharts is a battle-tested SVG-based, multi-platform charting library that has been actively developed since 2009. It makes it easy to add interactive, mobile-optimized charts to your web and mobile projects. It features robust documentation, advanced responsiveness and industry-leading accessibility support.
Works for most use-cases out of the box, with extensive customization options that are easy to use.
Responsive & mobile ready
Intelligently adapts to any device and supports multi-touch gestures.
Fastest development, implementation and rendering on the market.
Since its first release in 2009, our charting tools have been developed with the most critical enterprise needs in mind. Our world-class development team work tirelessly to ensure that we remain lock-step with our users current and future needs, as well as legacy (back to IE6) support.
Works with your stack
All our charting libraries work with any back-end database or server stack. Data can be given in any form, including CSV, JSON or loaded and updated live. Wrappers for most popular languages, such as .Net, PHP, Python, R, and Java, as well as iOS, and Android, and frameworks like Angular, Vue and React, are available from Highcharts or our community.
Touch and mobile optimized
Default responsiveness goes beyond fitting the chart to the dimensions of its container but automatically finds an optimal placement for non-graph elements such as labels, legends and headings.
Annotations, supporting user interaction
With annotations, developers may describe charts or data points by drawing simple shapes and text anywhere on the canvas or tethered to specific data points. Alternatively, the annotation module includes an API to build user interfaces, such as buttons, toolbars and dialogues, enabling end-users to place their own annotations on a chart. Placement and visibility of annotations intelligently respond to canvas/screen size at run-time.
Accessibility & Sonification
Highcharts sports the industry’s most sophisticated accessibility support for visually impaired users, and users with keyboard navigation only, meeting and exceeding both Section 508 requirements and WCAG 2 guidelines. Also includes a basic sonification API, that supports multiple ways to bring data to life with sound.
The Highcharts Debugger will help you speed up development by providing instantaneous warnings and error reports above your charts. The error messages provide clear instructions on how to resolve your issue.
Options are optional
Thanks to the integration of TypeScript declarations, the Highcharts NPM package allows type checking for most Highcharts options and functions, including auto-complete code with integrated documentation for TypeScript-capable editors like Visual Studio Code.
Open Source with Commercial Options
Do you want to use Highcharts for a personal website, a school site or a non-profit organization? Just get yourself a free, non-commercial license. For commercial websites and projects, we offer flexible License and Pricing options, including special pricing for startups.
For all license types, you are allowed to download the source codeand make your own edits. This allows for personal modifications and a great flexibility.
Full-blown editors for end users
The free Highcharts Editor enables developers to embed a full-featured charts editor to their CMS or web app with just a few lines of code. The Highcharts Cloud service is a hosted app with an intuitive editor, chart storage and embedding for anybody who wants to create and publish charts.
Numerous events supply hooks for programming against the charts, making it easy to demonstrate complex relationships between data with live, dynamic updates of data and customizable animations. Data can be handled over to Highcharts in any form, even from a different site, and a callback function used to parse the data into an array. Data can be handled over to Highcharts in any form, even from a different site, and a callback function used to parse the data into an array.
When your need to render thousands or millions of datapoints in the browser, our WebGL-powered boost module delivers speed that leaves Plotly, dygraphs and other performance-focused charting libraries in the dust.
Export & Print
With the exporting module enabled, your users can export the chart to PNG, JPG, PDF or SVG format at the click of a button, or print the chart directly from the web page.
The largest developer community of any premium charting tool on Github, StackOverflow, and other forums is eager to offer additional assistance, platform-specific implementation advice and inspiration when you need it. In addition, we have half-a-dozen dedicated support engineers monitoring our forums, StackOverflow, GitHub and support emails.