vue-highcharts | : bar_chart : Highcharts component for Vue | Chart library

 by   weizhenye JavaScript Version: 0.2.0 License: MIT

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vue-highcharts is a JavaScript library typically used in User Interface, Chart, Vue applications. vue-highcharts has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can install using 'npm i vue-highcharts' or download it from GitHub, npm.

:bar_chart: Highcharts component for Vue

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              vue-highcharts has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 406 star(s) with 51 fork(s). There are 17 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 0 open issues and 63 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 3 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of vue-highcharts is 0.2.0

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              vue-highcharts is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
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            Community Discussions


            How to return series/point data from mouseover event?
            Asked 2020-Nov-13 at 10:17

            I've created a donut chart using vue-highcharts/highcharts, and am trying to append text on mouseover to the center of the donut. I've got it appending static text, however I'm trying to return the data from the point I hover over, to display that in the center, however I can't seem to find any relevant data from within the event object. Does anyone know how I might be able to access that data?



            Answered 2020-Nov-13 at 10:17

            Use and a basic function instead of the arrow one.



            Vue.js - Highmaps - Redraw map on series change
            Asked 2020-Mar-20 at 08:36

            I have a highmaps 'chart' and the only thing that I want is to redraw the whole map inside an external function. Let me explain better. The map draws itself immediatly when the page loads up but I fetch some data from an external service and set it to a variable. Then I would like to just redraw the chart so that the new data appears in the map itself. Below is my code.



            Answered 2018-Mar-26 at 07:31

            After a few days without any answer I found some marginal help online and came to a pretty satisfying conclusion on this problem so I hope it can help someone else.

            So the first thing I did was to understand how created and mounted were different in Vue.js. I used the keyword created at first when working on this project. Because of that, inside this function, I placed my ajax call that gave me data which I then loaded inside the 'chart' by using the .addSeries method of the chart itself.

            To reference the chart itself I used this: let chart: this.$refs.highcharts.chart. This searches for the field refs in any of your components/html elements and links it to the variable. So in the html there was something like this:



            change VueJS component data value from inside Highchart event
            Asked 2018-Aug-09 at 22:25

            I'm using vue2-highcharts to build a pie chart. In my component, which contains the HighCharts chart, there is a Boolean variable named showOverlay. I'm trying to change the showOverlay value when a HighCharts click event occurs.

            The component code is:



            Answered 2018-Aug-09 at 22:25

            Inside your component's data, changing to an arrow-function would provide the Vue instance as this inside the handler. The HighCharts series point (previously this in your click-handler) is stored in the event argument as point, so your pieOptions Vue data should look something like this:



            Highchart Vue - How includes momentjs?
            Asked 2018-Jul-24 at 12:08

            I am trying to use vue-highcharts with moment.js.



            Answered 2018-Jul-24 at 12:08

            Highcharts checks whether the moment.js library is available on window scope, and that's why you need to add it there. First, you need to import two modules:



            Highchart in js does not work in Vue.js
            Asked 2018-Jul-20 at 17:10

            I have a highchart in a html file which works fine. When I moved that to vue.js project it does not work. the code in html file is as below



            Answered 2018-Jul-20 at 17:10

            You can not directly access series array of Vue wrapper for Highcharts. To access internal Highcharts object call getChart method:



            How to import Proj4js to use with Highmaps?
            Asked 2018-May-01 at 14:17

            I have a Vue application that is using highchart with the vue-highcart component to plot maps. I need to plot points on this maps based on the Latitude and Longitude and, according to Highmaps documentation, I have to use the Proj4js. In plain old javascript I would simply use a



            Answered 2018-May-01 at 14:17

            I ran into this myself just recently. If you did manage to resolve this yourself already, then I'll at least leave this here as a quick answer to others running into this.

            There doesn't seem to be documentation from Highsoft on this particular part, yet. I should probably file a docs issue with them.

            Here's how I was able to resolve it in a React project I'm on.

            Step 1: Create a wrapper import for proj4 that puts it on `window`

            I made a separate "import wrapper" which, when I import it from anything that requires proj4 (which is just Highcharts) it imports the real proj4 from node_modules and sticks it on window as window.proj4. This is what Highmaps looks for when it's trying to find proj4.

            For the sake of example, pretend this file is in @/maps/lib/proj4.js.



            Vue.js - Highmaps - change variable's value from inside chart
            Asked 2018-Mar-14 at 14:48

            First of all let me introduce you to my project. I am desining a web application that will show some data about devices scattered around a country. To create this I used Vue.js and HighCharts (HighMaps for the map part). This is the result I have achieved now.

            What I want to add now is the possibility for the end-user to click on a marked region and show all of the devices in that region. To do that I need the region's "ID", called code in HighMaps, to send a ajax request to my db and I would also like to make this new "div" a component so that I can use it freely in my application. I'll put a sketch image of what I mean (excuse me for my really bad paint skills :D):

            The black lines are not important, what I would like to achieve is to show a new component besides the map (or wherever really). Next is my current code, I am using the one page, one component style so both template and script tags are in the same file and I omitted in the script tag all the unecessary things. Right now I just set up a div with curly brackets to update a variable on change, just to debug more easily. My main problem is that, in the when I try to reference the variable it doesn't set it since the div doesn't update. I think that might be a scope issue but I wouldn't know where to start looking.



            Answered 2018-Mar-14 at 14:42


            Until arrow functions, every new function defined its own this value (a new object in the case of a constructor, undefined in strict mode function calls, the base object if the function is called as an "object method", etc.)

            The this you were accessing did not belong to the Vue instance. You can use an arrow function () => {/*function body*/} to inherit the this of the Vue instance.

            An arrow function expression has a shorter syntax than a function expression and does not have its own this, arguments, super, or

            EDIT: For the added question of how do I do I get the Vue instance, and the object instance at the same time you can use a closure.



            Vue js Highmaps - How to load map?
            Asked 2018-Mar-12 at 09:15

            I'm kinda new to Vue.js but today I am trying to setup some sort of map to show data. I ended up picking Highmaps since it seemd like the best alternative of the bunch and also because I already used it (Highcharts) for other projects.
            Now the problem arises because I am developing a component driven webapp but I want to import maps from Highmaps. Since they just use CDN paths I don't really know how to implement them by using the import statement. Below is some code to make you understand better.



            Answered 2018-Mar-09 at 16:01

            I can see in the image you have an error:

            Uncaught ReferenceError, HighCharts is not defined at ...

            This is because, whenever you import a library for Vue, you should provide it as a component.

            So, you have to add this:



            Using mixitup with Vue.js 2.0 Component
            Asked 2018-Feb-20 at 18:48

            I am trying to use mixitup on vue.js but every time mixitup target showing 0 elements in container.(mixer.getStatu().totalShow)

            Here my full vue.js component code



            Answered 2018-Feb-20 at 18:48

            Your setup is definitely a bit more complicated, but I setup an example repo just to make sure Vue.js and MixItUp could work well together since I also need to use them together.


            This is just a basic example taken from the Kunk Labs site. I'm using the npm i -S mixitup option and it is working well, at least for a basic example like this one.

            Hope this could be of some help.



            Highcharts-more.js doesn't work in vue-cli project
            Asked 2017-May-05 at 11:13

            these few weeks Im working on a vue-cli project and I am trying to make a polar chart like this:

            As this chart required highchart-more file, so I install and import the highcharts and highchart-more library using npm. However After importing both file, i got the following error in my chrome console and the highchart cannot be load. Error



            Answered 2017-May-05 at 11:13

            Finally found an answer:

            Edit main.js file like this:


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