Revised October 28, 2015.

The following represents Highsoft‘s current view of its product development cycle and future directions. It is intended for information purposes only, and should not be interpreted as a commitment on the part of Highsoft.

Highcharts JS 5 (Q1 2016)

  • Add a new Highcharts CSS branch with complete decoupling of style and form. All visual properties will be set in CSS rather than inline in the JavaScript API. This is consistent with HTML5/CSS and will be much more familiar for designers. At the same time, the current architecture where all settings, including presentational, are set in a configuration object, will be continued. This will ensure continued support for wrappers to the API, legacy IE browsers and other contexts that require a singular configuration.
  • Improved responsiveness. Individual settings can be overridden in separate option sets for various chart or document sizes, or through CSS media queries.
  • Modular architecture allows loading of separate modules through require.js or CommonJS.

Highcharts Cloud

  • Support for multiple axis
  • Adding annotations
  • Adding Geomaps
  • Integration with third party systems
  • Share ownership of charts and collaborate

New products and services