Basic Primitives Diagram Licensing

One software license is required per developer.

Developer License
Allows licensed number of developers to work with Basic Primitives Diagram. Allows Basic Primitives Diagram to be used with an unlimited number of SaaS projects, web applications, intranets, and websites for you or your customers. Source editing is allowed.

Each person who directly or indirectly creates an application or user interface containing Basic Primitives Diagram is considered a developer.

Website License
For use on a simple webpage that is not considered a web application. A web application is a website that has customer specific data or charges for its use. Source editing allowed

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

Maintenance
The right to obtain the latest version of the product for another 12 months.
2 Additional hours of Support.

Licensing FAQs
Q. What is the difference between a Single Website license and the Developer type licenses?
A. The Single Website license only applies to traditional websites, while the Developer type licenses (Single dev, 5 dev, 10 dev etc.) also apply to web applications and SaaS projects. If a website either a) provides client specific data by a login or a unique URL, or b) charges a fee for its use, it is regarded a web application and requires a Developer type license.

Q. What is the difference between the Developer type licenses and an OEM license?
A. The OEM license allows you to distribute a Basic Primitives software product in your software or hardware product to be installed on client hardware. However, if you're setting up sites and web applications for a client as a contract job, you are allowed to do this under the Developer type licenses.

Q. What is client specific data?
A. A project is considered a web application if it provides client specific data or charges for its use. Client specific data is data that is available for a client either by a login or a specific URL. An example of this would be a corporate directory service where your users can create an account and find their data in directory automatically. On the other hand, if your directory service requires your users to search for their names, the data is available for all users and it is not considered client specific.

Q. How do you define a developer?
A. A developer is a person who is working directly or indirectly on a Basic Primitives software product. 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 are not included.

Q. If one of our developers leaves, do we have to purchase another developer license for the new one?
A. No. The developer license applies to the seat, not the individual.

Q. What is license type for Joomla & ASP.NET components?
A. Both of them use Basic Primitives jQuery UI widgets for rendering, so their usage is governed by the same license conditions as Basic Primitives Diagram.

See our Licensing Fact Sheet.

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