AnyChart is a lightweight and robust JavaScript charting solution with great API and documentation. The chart types and unique features are numerous, and the library works easily with any development stack.

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import anychart from '';


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AnyChart Data Visualization Framework

AnyChart is a flexible JavaScript (HTML5, SVG, VML) charting framework that fits any solution in need of data visualization.

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Download and install

There are several ways to download/install AnyChart.

Direct download

All binaries are located in dist folder.


If you don't want to download and host AnyChart yourself, you can include it from the AnyChart CDN (Content Delivery Network):

<script src=""></script>

Package managers

You can install AnyChart using npm, bower or yarn:

  • npm install anychart
  • bower install anychart
  • yarn add anychart

Getting started

The fastest way to start with AnyChart is to include framework into a webpage and write some code. Look at this simple HTML snippet below:

<!doctype html>
<div id="container" style="width: 500px; height: 400px;"></div>
<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
    anychart.onDocumentReady(function() {
        // create a pie chart
        var chart = anychart.pie([
            ["Chocolate", 5],
            ["Rhubarb compote", 2],
            ["Crêpe Suzette", 2],
            ["American blueberry", 2],
            ["Buttermilk", 1]
        chart.title("Top 5 pancake fillings");
        // set the container where chart will be drawn
        //  draw the chart on the page

Step by step quick start guides


AnyChart provides wide variety of plugins for different kind of technologies, which includes:

Using AnyChart with TypeScript

You can use AnyChart in your TypeScript projects - we have definition file for our library which you can find in distribution folder. Please, take a look at webpack and typescript integration example for more details.

Using AnyChart with ECMAScript 6

You can use AnyChart in your ECMAScript 6 projects over two ways:

Plain ECMAScript 6

To add AnyChart on a page use <script> section with type="module" attribute.

<script type="module">
    import '_localpath_to_anychart/anychart-bundle.min.js'
    // regular AnyChart code here

For more details, take a look at AnyChart ES6 example.

Bundling tools and Module Loaders

You can use AnyChart with any bundling tool or module loader such as WebPack, Browserify, Require.js and others. For more details, take a look at AnyChart Webpack example.

Technical Integrations

AnyChart can run on any platform and with any database. These samples were created to demonstrate how AnyChart can be easily integrated into your environment. All examples are distributed under an Apache 2.0 License and can be customized to your application. If you are interested in a particular integration not listed here, please contact us.

ASP.NET, C# and MySQL ASP.NET, VB.NET and MySQL ASP.NET, C#, SignalR and MySQL
Go, Revel and MySQL Go and MySQL Java Servlets, Maven, JDBC, JSP and MySQL
NodeJS and MongoDB using Java Spring, Maven, Hibernate and MySQL Julia and MySQL
NodeJS Express, Jade and MongoDB PHP, Symfony and MySQL PHP, Laravel and MySQL
PHP, Slim and MySQL Perl, Catalyst Web Framework and MySQL Python, Flask and MySQL
Python, Django and MySQL R, Shiny and MySQL Ruby, Sinatra and MySQL
Ruby on Rails and MySQL Scala, Akka and MySQL Scala, Play and MySQL

Contribution guide

To contribute to AnyChart project please:

  • Fork AnyChart repository.
  • Create a branch from the develop branch.
  • Make any changes you want to contribute.
  • Create a pull request against the develop branch.

GitHub documentation: Forking repositories.
GitHub documentation: Collaborating using pull requests.

Please, note:

  1. AnyChart bears no responsibility for the code written by third-party developers until pull request is accepted.
  2. After pull request is accepted the author of pull request sign over all rights to the code to AnyChart.

Build and debug


AnyChart uses several third-party libraries and tools to work with JavaScript and CSS.

Building options python script is used to work with AnyChart project. You need to install python to use it.

To see all available options of the build script use -h or --help command:

./ -h.

To see command options use:

./ <command_name> -h

To install all dependencies use the deps command:

./ deps.

After running this command you can compile the project using the compile command:

./ compile

This compiles production version of anychart-bundle and all modules and puts them into the out folder. You can read more about modules in our Modules article.

To create a dev build for the debug purposes use -d or --develop option:

./ compile -d

The -df option generates property renaming report, variable renaming report, and source map location mapping files:

./ compile -df

Source map maps minified code to source code. Read more about using source maps in Chrome or source maps in Firefox.

Module system

AnyChart since v8.0.0 is structured as a modules, so you can use only what you need. Please look at our article Modules to start working with modules.

Package directory

├── css
│   ├── anychart.less
│   ...
├── dist
│   ├── json-schema.json
│   ├── xml-schema.xsd
│       ...
├── src
│   ├── charts
│   ├── core
│   ├── modules
│   ├── themes
│       ...
│   ...


The css folder contains .less CSS files that are compiled into one .css file.


The src folder contains AnyChart source code files organized according to the project structure. For example:

  • charts subfolder contains chart classes
  • core subfolder contains core classes
  • modules subfolder contains modules
  • themes contains themes


The dist folder contains binaries and JSON/XML Schemas.




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