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I’m new to Javascript and it took me a while to realize the SciChart JS is front-end library that runs on browser. I thought it could be deployed to the back-end with node.js until running into errors.

Is SciChart JS only support front-end? With the tutorial provided, the bundle.js is visible to the users, including the license key. Is it how it designed? Or I missed something fundamental? Is it possible to make it back-end? Thanks.

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Hi Gang Xu

At the moment SciChart is a client-side library and cannot be deployed in a server-side environment. We do have solutions to render charts server-side which we can integrate to your applications on a consultancy basis but not as part of the core SciChart.js product.

If you have a feature request and want to leave us some detail, please use the Feature Request system on the right of the website ->

Please put your features in here with details about what you want to do and why, as that helps us decide the roadmap.

Thanks!

Best regards,
Andrew

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