Support for users of free libraries
As much as we would love to help each and everyone, we simply do not have such capacity.
There still are some options available for you.
Before you ask
I know you’ve heard this before, but… check the docs. If you can’t find what you need in main articles section, try tutorials. There are a lot of tutorials on a variety of topics, each one with detailed explanations, code snippets and live demos. Seriously, we have both basic and pretty crazy stuff there, so chances are, you might find what you are looking for readily available there.
Post your question on StackOverflow
StackOverflow is an online community visited by thousands of seasoned and beginning developers, ready to help each other on various topics, including amCharts.
Post your amCharts question there, and get it answered within few days. For best results, make sure you adhere to StackOverflow posting guidelines.
Use amCharts GitHub issues
If you have a question, or if you think you found a bug, check out issues in amCharts 4 GitHub repository. It’s read by fellow amCharts users, who may have had a similar challenge and will be willing to share their solution.
If it’s not there, post a new issue, especially if it looks like a bug. Some gracious soul might be willing to help you.
Acquire a license
If above does not work, why not consider acquiring an amCharts license (starting at just $180) and gaining instant access to our awesome support team?
Not convinced? Read more about the benefits of our priority support.
Not a client, yet, but facing one last hurdle before becoming one? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll do our best to get you there.