Download RGraph

Summary: Download RGraph and read the changelog or backwards compatibility notes. Read the BC notes before changing to a new release. There's also a beta release that you can use and a minified set of libraries.

Download the latest version of RGraph

The download archive contains all of the demos (some of which are viewable online).

Download the stable version of RGraph Download the latest version (5.11)    [changelog]    [setup documentation]   
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You can download pre-minified versions of the libraries (which have extraneous white-space and comments removed).



Download the beta version of RGraph

The beta version is the latest version of RGraph and contains the most recent changes. There is no fixed release schedule - so beta releases can be daily or they can also be less frequent.

Download the beta version of RGraph Download the beta version


View the source code of the RGraph files

If you want to view the original library files and see the source code then you can use these links. As new versions are released then these will of course be the latest versions.

SVG common libraries

SVG libraries

Canvas common libraries

Canvas libraries

Canvas drawing API libraries

Download PhantomJS - the command-line browser

If you want to create charts or simply render web-pages from command-line scripts then PhantomJS is for you.

The PhantomJS project appears to have stalled - but using the download archives that I've mirrored here you can still happily use it to create charts from command-line scripts etc.

Here is an example page that you could put on your website that creates a Line chart. You can request and download this page with PhantomJS which can then save the image of the page to your local machine (or wherever you're running PhantomJS from).

It doesn't have to be the whole page - if you want PhantomJS has the ability to save an image of just a portion of the page - in this case just the top right using a width and height that matches the size of the chart.

Thus you then have an image of just the chart that you can use wherever you wish. You could even rig it so that neither SVG nor canvas are used on your website at all and you just use PhantomJS behind the scenes so that you only use images on your website.

Here's some example PhantomJS code that I've previously used to get a picture of the above test page saved locally:

var page = require('webpage').create();

page.open('https://www.rgraph.net/tests/canvas.line/phantomjs.html', function()
{
    page.viewportSize = {
        width: 850,
        height: 300
    };
    
    page.render('rgraph-canvas.png');
    
    phantom.exit(0);
});

There's also a PhantomJS HOWTO guide that's applicable to both the SVG and canvas libraries.

The current RGraph changelog and older release notes

The changelog is a summary of changes to RGraph that may interest you or that you should be aware of. You can also find older release notes for past releases here too.


Backwards compatibility breaks

Occasionally backwards compatibility has to break - you can read about those breaks here.