The editor is licensed under the MIT license, so you’re free to make any changes to it. Note that a Highcharts.js license is required, as the editor depends on Highcharts.js to function.
The editor can be extended or tailored to practically any need. A powerful plugin-system allows for the creation of custom import/export plugins (or more general “do this when the chart changes” plugins), and most of the features can be enabled/disabled as required.
The editor ships with a rich template library, and supports a vast collection of charts right out of the box.
Features can be enabled/disabled as desired and required, and augmenting it with e.g. custom importing modules is a straight-forward process. Furthermore, an advanced property setting mode can be optionally enabled, allow for the modification of practically every option available in the Highcharts API.
The editor was made with integrations in mind from the beginning and is easy and hassle-free to embed in any 3rd party system. The editor ships with integrations for TinyMCE, CKEditor, and Wordpress – all ready to drop into your project.
The library is free and open source, but as the editor relies on Highcharts.js, it requires a valid Highcharts license for commercial use.