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Clone this repository:
$ git clone email@example.com:anychart-integrations/nodejs-export-server-application.git
Navigate to the example directory:
$ cd ./nodejs-export-server-application
To run this example you have to install dependencies. Run this command:
$ npm install
Notice! AnyChart NodeJS module requires ImageMagic to create JPG and
PNG images. Visit Image Magic
install page for details.
Note for Windows users: you have to create environment variable as
described in Image Magic: Advanced Windows Installation article.
And to run the export server you should just execute index.js file with nodejs:
$ node index.js
Export server listening on port 3000!
Notice! Please refrain from using percent values in chart. In node js DOM emulation there is some
problems with this and resulting image may be differ from the planned.
/ - main page for input code of a chart
- jsdom (DOM environment for chart rendering)
- express (Web server)
- body-parser (Node.js body parsing middleware)
- anychart (AnyChart library)
- anychart-nodejs (AnyChart nodejs export module)
AnyChart NodeJS integration sample includes two parts:
any restrictions. It is released under Apache
version of AnyChart. Our trial version is not limited by time and doesn't contain any feature limitations. Check
If you have any questions regarding licensing - please contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org