If you wish to use the GoJS library for your private evaluation, you may do so only under the terms of the Evaluation License Agreement. We encourage you to register if you discover you need technical support during your evaluation.
You can download the whole web site for this version of GoJS by saving and unzipping:
We also maintain a GitHub Repository of all libraries, documentation, samples, and extensions. This allows you to search through documentation and code online.
You can also download GoJS via Node package
$ npm install gojs --save.
Or you can link to a CDN (content delivery network):
The GoJS library comes in both "debug" and "release" variations in the
*-module.jsES6 files for Node.js use on a server.
We recommend that you use
go-debug.js while doing your initial development --
it is more likely to signal errors or provide meaningful error messages than when using
Always remember to look at the console log to see if there are any error or warning messages.
After purchasing a license, you may deploy by acquiring a license key for your web site's domain. See Deployment for more discussion.
You can learn about new releases in several manners:
When updating or upgrading to a newer version, please read the Change Log. In addition to getting new debug and release libraries, don't forget to use the latest TypeScript definition file, go.d.ts, that is also in the release directory.
More information is at GoJS home.