Export now supports annotating charts with text, icons, arrows

The new 3.15 version of our products brings a significant upgrade to the Export plugin. Among some under-the-hood enhancements it introduces new tools to its annotation mode.   In addition to adding curves, you can now add icons, lines, arrows and text. You can now also set opacity for all those objects. And, if you have […]

Introducing responsive charts and maps

The release of version 3.13 marks important milestone – true responsive features. [Download] These features come in the form of our own in-house developed plugin – first in the series. Available directly in the /plugins/responsive/ subdirectory in the ZIP archive of all amCharts products. How does it work? The plugin works by scaling-down and -up […]

JavaScript Charts accessibility plugin

Starting from version 3.20.4 all amCharts have accessibility built-in. More information If you want to make amCharts JavaScript Charts truly accessible, make sure you check out this plugin, released by good people at PayPal. It makes the charts accessible by allowing them to be manipulated by keyboard as well as adds screen reader compatibility. amCharts […]

amCharts WordPress Plugin 1.0.2: Now with preview

Hi there fellow WP’ers! Make sure you check your WP plugin page in admin. The update to amCharts plugin might already be waiting for you there. Among some under-the-hood tweaks it also brings two most requested features: Chart preview and custom chart slugs. To upgrade, use WP’s automatic updater or grab the latest files from […]

Charts and Maps plugin for WordPress

You asked, we listened. Introducing amCharts plugin for the sexiest CMS platform in the world – WordPress. Available now in WordPress plugin directory or directly from your WordPress admin plugin install page.

3.2.0: Exporting charts as image, PDF & SVG

Since V 3.2.0 of our charts and V 3.7.0 of maps you can give your charts a way to escape out your browser and be a part of your file system. We added a possibility to export charts as an image. This works on all modern browsers except IE9 (works fine with IE10). This tutorial […]