How to export a Highcharts Graph in appfarm?

Hi. I am trying to export a highcharts graph as a JPEG to a file on my local computer, but are having problems.

I am importing all the relevant highcharts scipts and modules using the UI in appfarm:
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However, when I am trying to use one of the functions from the offline-export.js module, I get an error saying that the function does not exist.

Could it have something to do with the fact that they are modules?

Do you have any suggestions on what might cause this?

Best Regards,

Getting these errors in the console:

Hi Fridtjof!

Appfarm cannot directly assist with third-party library usage in a Coded Component script, however we will keep this topic open so that other community members can assist

If you believe your issue is a problem with Appfarm’s Coded Component specifically, we ask for a reproduction case outside of Appfarm – for example in JSFiddle – so that we can rule out any library usage issues.

That said: downloadSVGLocal may be of help, see this JSFiddle: Highcharts test tool - JSFiddle - Code Playground


Could it have something to do with this error message?

Here is a example in JSFiddle: Highcharts Demo - JSFiddle - Code Playground

The code in the JSFiddle works in a fresh Coded Component on our end.

Normally source map errors can be ignored. But it’s slightly suspicious that exporting.js is being loaded from a Google Storage domain.

Could you verify your Coded Component resources that they contain the correct script references? (without any leading slashes etc.)

I’ve double checked now. Getting this error:

Can you show me how you implemented the code?



HTML content:

<div id="container"></div>
<button id="button">Download chart</button>

Script content:

const chart = Highcharts.chart('container', {
  exporting: {
    fallbackToExportServer: false

  title: {
    style: {
      color: '#000',

  series: [{
    data: [71, 106, 129, 176, 135, 148, 216, 194, 54]

const button = document.getElementById('button');

button.addEventListener('click', function() {

Thanks. I was able to make it work in our admin app, but not in our main app.

I cant seem to figure out what the difference between them are in this regard. Do you have any clue where the issue might lie here?