If you are looking to include Highstock, Justin Kuepper has made highstock-rails, so check it out.
Add the gem to the Gemfile
gem "highcharts-rails" # The gem version mirrors the included version of Highcharts
We have a tiny changelog for this gem, but since it's just a tiny wrapper gem, refer to the Highcharts changelog for the important things.
//= require highcharts // to get the new features in 2.3.0: //= require highcharts/highcharts-more
Including the modules you want and need
//= require highcharts/modules/annotations //= require highcharts/modules/data //= require highcharts/modules/drilldown //= require highcharts/modules/exporting //= require highcharts/modules/funnel //= require highcharts/modules/heatmap //= require highcharts/modules/no-data-to-display //= require highcharts/modules/offline-exporting
Or one of the themes
//= require highcharts/themes/dark-blue //= require highcharts/themes/dark-green //= require highcharts/themes/gray //= require highcharts/themes/grid //= require highcharts/themes/skies
Some of the modules are meant to be loaded by Highcharts on-demand, such as
canvas-tools (https://github.com/highcharts/highcharts/issues/2311#issuecomment-25685317), so don't require them on your own.
Other than that, refer to the Highcharts documentation
Highcharts, which makes up the majority of this gem, has its own, separate licensing.
The gem itself is released under the MIT license
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