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    Wow... Excellent.

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    It's now an annual license instead of perpetual though.
    You will need to renew it until the end of days, at whatever price they ask then.

    Bit of a risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max_nl View Post
    It's now an annual license instead of perpetual though.
    You will need to renew it until the end of days, at whatever price they ask then.

    Bit of a risk.
    Wait what? So if you develop an app and release it. You need to pay for the license as long as the app is out and running ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petr.vecera View Post
    Wait what? So if you develop an app and release it. You need to pay for the license as long as the app is out and running ?

    This might be a good deal if you need to maintain the app and add new features as long as it's running.

    The perpetual 5-pack license requires some renewal costs I believe every year if you want to get support and the latest code after 12 months.

    It's good to have options, but I'm not sure how much this is going to help to make the product more popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petr.vecera View Post
    Wait what? So if you develop an app and release it. You need to pay for the license as long as the app is out and running ?
    Their wording certainly sounds like that, yes.

    license that includes 1 year of development and distribution rights

    Technically, you are distributing ext.js every time someone visits your webinterface.



    Quote Originally Posted by LesJ View Post
    The perpetual 5-pack license requires some renewal costs I believe every year if you want to get support and the latest code after 12 months.
    That’s a choice.
    Not everybody has a need for the latest code in their specific application.
    I still maintain some Ext.js 3 apps, and do fine without their support.

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    simple question,
    can I just purchase extjs framework commercial license only ? I need one for my customer to run apps I develop. they no need maintenance or upgrade for the framework.
    let say years later and they request additional function in existing app and I found the existing framework is not supported and I need to upgrade. how will the price ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesJ View Post
    The perpetual 5-pack license requires some renewal costs I believe every year if you want to get support and the latest code after 12 months.
    The license for the 5pk does not require any additional money after the initial sale. This comes with the maintenance and support for a year for free, after the year if you want support or if you want access to the new releases then you do have to pay for another year of maintenance and support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    The license for the 5pk does not require any additional money after the initial sale. This comes with the maintenance and support for a year for free, after the year if you want support or if you want access to the new releases then you do have to pay for another year of maintenance and support.
    Right, my comment was about renewal costs of the perpetual 5-pack license.

    If you want to get new releases and support after 12 months, then the perpetual license requires renewal costs.

    If you work on a project that will require ongoing maintenance during the life time of the application, then the single license is attractive.

    If you build an app which you know will not require many upgrades after it's completion, then the current 5-pack is a good idea.

    Many apps that I worked on were were continually modernized for many years after the initial delivery.

    If you have this kind of situation, then the single license is a good option.
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    No clue why my posts keep getting denied but here is my reply in picture format in an attempt to get around it:

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    I think this is answered by this Q/A.

    Q: Do I need to renew my license every year when purchasing Single Developer Subscription licenses?

    A: Yes, if you have purchased Single Developer Subscription licenses, you will need to renew your license, which includes maintenance and support, on an annual basis.

    So, if you know that you will continue to modernize the app as long as you own it, then the single dev license is a good option. Otherwise, the single dev license is not attractive as costs will be added every year.

    I worked on some apps that required continued ongoing modernization and upgrades while the app was in production. In this situation, the single dev license would be a better option.
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