AnyChart News

AnyChart 7.4.0 Available March 30th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

A new version of our component – AnyChart 7.4.0 – is available for download. We have implemented a number of important features including 4 new chart types: Sparkline, Error, Box&Whisker, and Circular Gauges. Check out the main improvements:

Sparkline Charts
Sparkline charts are designed to fit a lot of them in a tiny space. Sparklines are good at presenting changes in time for an array of similar data, e.g. currency or medical trends.
Read more about Sparkline Charts >>
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Error Charts
Error Charts are to be used as error or deviation indicators. Error bars often represent one standard deviation of uncertainty, one standard error, or a certain confidence interval.
Read more about Error Charts >>
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Box and Whisker Charts
Box Charts are predominantly used in descriptive statistics. Using a box chart is a way of representing groups of numerical data. Boxes operate with specific terms, such as whiskers, quartiles, and median.
Read more about Box and Whisker Charts >>
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Circular Gauges
Circular Gauge is a radial chart that can be used as a clock, speedometer, compass, audio feature tuner or any other gauge that represents the value as an angle on a circle plot.
Read more about Circular Gauges >>
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Pie/Donut Aqua Style
Aqua Style for Pie/Donut charts is a renewed gradient fill style which has become very popular among our users since AnyChart 5.0.
Take a look at Gallery sample >>

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AnyGantt 7.4.0 Released March 30th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

We are glad to announce that AnyGantt 7.4.0 is released. Our Gantt component is based on JavaScript (HTML5) and is easy to integrate with AnyChart. In this version, we have made a few useful improvements:

Tooltip feature for all Timeline Elements
Tooltips can be added to all timeline elements (such as resources, tasks, and periods). The appearance and format of Tooltips can be customized as always.
Take a look at a Gallery sample >>
Possibility to Hover/Select Gantt Chart Rows
Gantt charts are now more interactive and responsive in use. You can adjust both the appearance of the selection and the special settings for the selected elements (such as resources, tasks, and periods).
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Gantt Chart Toolbar Panel
Just a few lines of code now allow you to create an UI-panel that helps to Print, Export to pictures, Zoom In/Out, Expand or Collapse.
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Horizontal Scroll in DataGrid
A DataGrid now can be horizontally scrolled. Have a look at this feature through the link below.
Take a look at Gallery sample >>

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AnyChart and AnyGantt 7.3.1 Update January 22nd, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

Today we are releasing a small bug fix update to AnyChart and an improvement update to AnyGantt.

AnyChart 7.3.1: bug fixes

  • Problems with updating data points on Pie Charts.
  • Problems with updating legend items and appending series in Scatter/Cartesian/Radar/Polar Charts.

AnyGantt 7.3.1: new features

  • The Tooltips feature for Resource and Project Charts.
  • Data grid and timeline rows highlighting.
  • Improvements of scrollbar style.

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AnyChart 7.3.0 with Scatter, Radar, and Polar Charts Released December 17th, 2014 by Margaret Skomorokh

Great news! We are happy to announce the release of a new version of our product – AnyChart 7.3.0. The basic package of AnyChart now includes three long-awaited chart types: Scatter, Radar, and Polar.

A Scatter Chart shows the relationships among the numeric values in several data series, or plots two groups of numbers as one series of XY coordinates.

A Radar Chart is a graphical method of displaying multivariate data in the form of a two-dimensional chart of three or more quantitative variables represented on axes starting from the same point. It is also known as web chart, spider chart, star chart, cobweb chart, star plot, irregular polygon, or kiviat diagram.

A Polar Chart allows to draw a scatter chart using the polar coordinate system, which is a two-dimensional coordinate system in which each point on a plane is determined by a distance from a fixed point and an angle from a fixed direction.

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AnyGantt HTML5 Beta Version Available December 17th, 2014 by Margaret Skomorokh

Today we present you a beta version of AnyGantt – now JavaScript (HTML5). Note that the new AnyGantt is much better integrated with AnyChart (and vice versa): all charts or their components can be combined and used together.

Though it is just a beta, all key features are already available:

Project Gantt Chart
Intended for showing progress of completion of a single task or a group of tasks, taking into consideration their planned time periods and actual ones.
Read more about the Project Gantt Chart >>
Take a look at a Gallery sample >>
Resource Gantt Chart
Intended for showing the resources you have and spreading these resources along the timeline (into periods).
Read more about the Resource Gantt Chart >>
Take a look at Gallery sample >>
Rich JavaScript API
All AnyGantt settings can be changed dynamically at any moment.
See JavaScript API >>

Data Grid as a Standalone Feature
In AnyChart 7.x versions, all visual elements can be used as standalone features, and Data Grid is not an exception.
Take a look at a Gallery sample >>

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AnyChart 7.2.0 Available October 28th, 2014 by Margaret Skomorokh

We are glad to announce that AnyChart 7.2.0, a new version of our charting component, is available. It includes new features and important improvements, which we hope will make your charting experience even better.

A new chart type, Bullet Chart, was added.

Another new feature is Table Layout. It allows to create complex dashboards like this one:

Now it is also possible to add, remove, and alter data, which allows to create live streaming charts and do many other useful things. For details, see this article: Working with data.

Here is the full list of changes:

New features

  • Bullet Charts
  • Table Layout
  • Add/Remove/Update Operations


  • Warning and error messages improved
  • Performance improvemed

Bug fixes

  • Z-index bug fixed
  • Marker issues in DateTime scales fixed
  • FireFox 32 and IE11 bug fixed

AnyChart version history:
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AnyChart 7.1.1 Released September 18th, 2014 by Timothy Loginov

Today we are making a minor release with some bug fixes. We would like to mention that these bugs were found with a help of our extensive QA and testing systems. To create a good component, it is not enough to implement all features needed — one should also make them work well. That is why AnyChart products go through numerous tests and the strict verification by our QA Team.

To make tests and control quality, we use our own testing system with a cute name CAT — which, in fact, stands for The Complex for Automated Testing. The systems uses Selenium and makes all tests both in the headless WebKit PhantomJS and real browsers. The CAT supports testing sessions and never stands idle. There are thousands of tests which cover all methods of all classes from the API. All bugs we have ever found are also covered with tests, so we are sure that a bug which was killed once will never appear again.

Cat 1

Though we are doing our best to find all issues ourselves, we appreciate help from our customers, and for in 7.1.1 release we thank our good friend Kevin Brown from Xportability for two bug reports:

  • DVF-752 Duplicate namespace declaration in IE.
  • DVF-808 A conflict with the prototype.

And we thank our QA Team for the other bug fixes. You can take a look at the list in our version history.

Trial download is available at, try AnyChart – the tested solution you can trust!

AnyChart 7 Released August 29th, 2014 by Margaret Skomorokh

AnyChart is entering a new era – leaving behind Flash and moving to a more modern and promising technology, JavaScript HTML5.

Today we are proud to announce the release of AnyChart 7 – a new HTML5 version of our product. The main great features of AnyChart 7 are:

  • Groundbreaking, much more flexible API.
  • A higher performance – milliseconds of rendering time, even on large data sets.
  • A completely new system of dealing with data.
  • Incredibly flexible opportunities for dashboard creation.
  • An opportunity to use any element separately (framework).
  • An opportunity to change any setting of your chart on-the-fly.
  • Full compatibility of all types of charts (including, very soon, AnyStock, AnyGantt and AnyMap).
  • Borderless opportunities for customization.
  • Compatibility with all platforms including iOS/Android and outdated browsers.

The chart types available in AnyChart 7 are presented in the gallery. You can also learn about the new API and read the documentation.

We have already released two versions, AnyChart 7.0.0 and AnyChart 7.1.0 (see our version history). Further we are going to release a new update every two-three months or more often. You can find out our plans for the future in the roadmap.

Those who use AnyChart 6 should not be worried: we will satisfy our support obligations according to the agreements, and all resources related to the old version will be available here: But public bug fixes will be made during only one year, and there will be no new features for AnyChart 6. As for migration from 6.x to 7.x – in a couple of months we will offer a converter module which will help you to move to the new version.

If you need clarification on your licensing terms, want to purchase additional licenses or extend the support period, you can get in touch with our sales and licensing team using email: or phone: +1 (888) 845-1211 (USA) or +44 20 7193 9444 (Europe). If you need technical support, any help with the development and configuration, or have bug reports and improvement suggestions, please open a ticket at – our support team will be happy to help.

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AnyChart 6.2.0 Available December 6th, 2013 by Margaret Skomorokh

A new version of our component – AnyChart 6.2.0 – is available for download. Here is the list of changes:

New features
The Double-Click event is now supported, both in the HTML5 and Flash engines.

Rendering performance of the HTML5 engine in Internet Explorer 6.x, 7.x, and 8.x is improved.

Bug fixes
Fixed the Pie/Doughnut exploded settings bug.
Fixed the bug with the minimum value of the scale calculation.

AnyChart version history:
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AnyChart 6.1.0 Released September 20th, 2013 by Margaret Skomorokh

We are glad to announce the release of AnyChart 6.1.0. By popular demand, we have made our component compatible with old versions of Internet Explorer; here is the full list of improvements, mostly affecting AnyChart HTML5 engine:

New features

  • Internet Explorer 6.x, 7.x, and 8.x support added to the HTML5 engine.


  • Text rendering improved in the HTML5 engine.

Bug fixes

  • Custom labels in Gauges no longer break rendering in the HTML5 engine.
  • Cone series in stacked mode with first zero value no longer breaks rendering in the Flash engine.
  • Axes border issues in the HTML5 engine solved.
  • The {%YPercentOfCategory}, {%YSum}, {%YMax}, {%YMin}, {%YPercentOfCategory} tokens are now correctly calculated in the HTML5 engine.
  • Gauge tickmarks issues in the HTML5 engine solved.
  • updateChart actions with external chart data now correctly work in all browsers.

Here you can see AnyChart version history:
The new version is available for trial download: