Provide support for creating HighCharts using Web Worker
Sometimes, creating and rendering charts hampers the performance of application. So, it is a smart idea to create and render chart using the web worker. For details visit: http://forum.highcharts.com/highstock-usage/does-highstock-library-work-with-web-worker-t35660/
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There are three ways to create a chart with highcharts.js, the easiest way is to use the dynamic series updating mechanism for each data point to render one chart after another. This will result in a lot of repeated work of creating charts, resulting in more resources used up. The other two methods involves using Web workers capability of modern browsers to process charts separately from the main thread.
Michal Husák commented
We have also problems in one of our projects where even after boosting the rendering takes about 6 seconds for each chart. I couldn't make it working with WebWorkers :(
Mrityunjay Sharma commented
This is urgently needed as our customers are complaining about the poor charting perf when there are many visuals on the dashboards.
Gil Nahmias commented
OMG yes. This is going to save us so much intermittent rendering code and enable richer dashboards.
Rony Liderman commented
We built a dashboarding app that shows many graphs at the same time and browser gets stuck for 10 seconds on some dashboards... we really need this feature
Chen Tsofi commented