HighCharts

Highcharts is a battle-tested SVG-based, multi-platform charting library that has been actively developed since 2009. Its JavaScript API integrates easily, and features robust documentation, advanced responsiveness and industry-leading accessibility support. You can add interactive, mobile-optimized charts to your web and mobile projects.

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HighCharts Review

Highcharts is a battle-tested SVG-based, multi-platform charting library that has been actively developed since 2009. Its JavaScript API integrates easily, and features robust documentation, advanced responsiveness and industry-leading accessibility support. You can add interactive, mobile-optimized charts to your web and mobile projects.  Charts are rendered in SVG and a VML fallback is available for older browsers. Highcharts is available for free for non-commercial projects or users can pay for a license if you’re interested in building a paid for application.

Pros

  • Rich API, which is well documented
  • Lots of examples that you can play around.
  • Wide variety of charts including maps
  • Customization so developers can create nearly any type of visualization

Cons

  • License is fairly expensive.
  • Extensive API can be confusing at first
  • Need to write code for anything beyond the basic templates

Pricing

Highcharts is free for non-commercial use, but their pricing for a license varies depending on your needs. The Highcharts Suite starts at $1,445.

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Highcharts is a battle-tested SVG-based, multi-platform charting library that has been actively developed since 2009. Its JavaScript API integrates easily, and features robust documentation, advanced responsiveness and industry-leading accessibility support. You can add interactive, mobile-optimized charts to your web and mobile projects.  Charts are rendered in SVG and a VML fallback is available for older browsers. Highcharts is available for free for non-commercial projects or users can pay for a license if you’re interested in building a paid for application.

  • Rich API, which is well documented
  • Lots of examples that you can play around.
  • Wide variety of charts including maps
  • Customization so developers can create nearly any type of visualization
  • License is fairly expensive.
  • Extensive API can be confusing at first
  • Need to write code for anything beyond the basic templates

Highcharts is free for non-commercial use, but their pricing for a license varies depending on your needs. The Highcharts Suite starts at $1,445.