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Get the code
Want to try Highcharts before you buy? Grab the code below in any way and give it a try. You don’t need a license to try Highcharts. Once your product is ready for launch, just head over to the shop and get a commercial license.
Are you using Highcharts for a non-profit organisation, personal website or school project?
Get yourself a non-commercial license, governed by the Creative Commons (CC) Attribution-Noncommercial license, grab the code and start using Highcharts free of charge today.
Download our library
Use the Highcharts CDN
Instead of downloading, feel free to use theHighcharts CDN to access files directly.
Install Highcharts with NPM
npm install highcharts --save
Load as modules or create your own build
Highcharts can also be loaded as ECMAScript modules from our CDN, as AMD modules, as UMD modules or as TypeScript. You can also create your own tailored build to include only the features you need. See the main repo readme for details.
Buy a license
We offer flexible license and pricing options for commercial projects. Perpetual licenses starting from $535.
Use in unlimited intranets and websites, and 1 SaaS or web application. Use in unlimited intranets and websites, and 1 Saas or web application. We offer up to 20 directly from the webshop. Contact us to get a license for larger teams.
Bundle your product with Highcharts and distribute to third-party servers.
All commercial licenses come with 12 months of our Advantage plan, which entitles you to all new releases and access to our extended support offerings
Enjoy our software for free under a Creative Commons (CC) Attribution-Non-Commercial license.
All commercial licenses come with 12 months of our Advantage plan which entitles you to all new releases and access to our extended support offerings.
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