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We can supply any Basic Primitives Diagram license including Single Developer Licenses, 5 or 10 Developer Licenses, Maintenance Renewals and Crossgrades.

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Non-Commercial License

You can use Basic Primitives Diagram for free under the CC BY-NC 3.0 License for non-profit organizations, students, universities, public schools, libraries, non-commercial personal websites, and for developing and testing purposes.

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Commercial Licenses

New commercial licenses are available as 1, 5 or 10 developer licenses. These allow Basic Primitives Diagram to be used with an unlimited number of SaaS projects, Web applications, intranets, and Web sites for you or your customers.

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Maintenance Renewals

If you already own a Developer License, you can renew your maintenance plan. This gives you the right to obtain the latest version of Basic Primitives Diagram for another 12 months, plus 2 hours of support.

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Co-term / Alignment

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Previous Versions

Purchasing the current version of Basic Primitives Diagram also gives you access to previous versions, however technical support is only available for the latest version.






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Is the license permanent (perpetual) or temporal (time-limited)?

Basic Primitives Diagram licenses are permanent (perpetual). They include all product updates for the first year after purchase.

Can I upgrade / downgrade my license?

The following license upgrade paths are available:

  • From a Single Developer to 5 Developer License
  • From a Single Website to a Single Developer License
  • from 5 Developer to 10 Developer license
Can I add more developers to my license?

Yes, you can add additional developers individually, or upgrade from a single developer license to a 5 developer license, or from a 5 developer license to a 10 developer license at a reduced cost.

What is the difference between a Developer license and an OEM license?

The OEM license allows you to distribute Basic Primitives Diagram in your software or hardware product to be installed on client hardware. However, if you are setting up sites and web applications for a client as a contract job, this is allowed under the Developer license.

What type of support do I get?

The Developer and OEM Licenses include two hours of technical support via email, for use in the first 12 months after purchase. Please send technical support requests to

What happens after my maintenance period ends?

After the maintenance period expires, you can continue to use the software but will not get further updates or support unless you purchase a maintenance renewal. Renewals include an additional two hours of support, as well as access to further updates and new versions for a further 12 months.

How do you define a developer?

A developer is a person who is working directly or indirectly on Basic Primitives Diagram. This includes front end developers and designers as well as back end developers working on the diagram data and business logic related to serving the diagram. Developers working on completely different modules of your application do not require a license.

Can I use old versions of the product?

Purchasing the current version of Basic Primitives Diagram also gives you access to previous versions, however technical support is only available for the latest version.

Can a license be transferred from one developer to another?

Yes - the developer license applies to the seat, not the individual. If one developer leaves and is replaced by another, you do not need to purchase another license for the new developer.

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