There are three ways to study GraphicsJS: read articles in the Documentation,
browse methods and samples in
the API, and study samples in the Playground.
As GraphicsJS comes from AnyChart, you may encounter samples where it is called "Anychart
where the anychart.graphics namespace is used instead
of the acgraph namespace. Don't be alarmed or confused: GraphicsJS is free and
open, and you
don't need to worry about licensing. Always use the acgraph
namespace and you will have no problems whatsoever. We are working hard on detaching
GraphicsJS API and
Documentation from AnyChart API and Documentation
and expect it to be done in a matter of weeks.
For many years GraphicsJS serves as the graphics engine for AnyChart data visualization
So it is already battle-tested in thousands of web sites all over the world.
You can find it in products and solutions of many