Sencha Licensing

Sencha Ext JS
Sencha GXT
Sencha Touch
Sencha Architect
Sencha Web Application Manager

Sencha Ext JS

Sencha Ext JS is made available under Commercial License or the GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3). The Commercial License requires the payment of a fee for each Designated User (i.e. developer). If you choose not to pay a fee and use the GPLv3 license, you are generally required to release the source code of any program that you distribute that uses Ext JS. If you choose to pay for a Commercial License, you are not required to disclose your source code.

Trial Licensing

A trial download is available for Sencha Ext JS effective for 30 days and governed by the Sencha SDK Software License Agreement. You cannot commence development of an application under GPLv3 license and later convert to a commercial license. You cannot develop during a trial period and continue development beyond that period (30 days).

Commercial License

License to each included SDK is governed by the Sencha SDK Software License Agreement
License to each included Tool is governed by the Tools Software License Agreement
Support for Sencha Ext JS is governed by the Maintenance and Support Agreement

A summary of important restrictions can be found at Summary of Important Use Restrictions for Sencha SDKs

Additional information on licensing can be found in the Licensing, Maintenance, and Support FAQs

Open Source (GPLv3) License

Open Source (GPLv3) license for Sencha Ext JS can be found on the
Sencha GPL Download Page

Additional information on open source licensing can be found in the
Open Source FAQ

Custom Use Licensing

Custom Use Licensing is available for uses that exceed the commercial license use restrictions, such as use for software that can be described as a development toolkit or library, an application builder, a website builder or any application that is intended for use by software, application, or website developers or designers.

Contact us to learn more about a Custom Use License

Extension Licensing

You can create commercial extensions provided they add substantial value to Sencha Ext JS. Extension licensing is available under the terms and conditions of the Sencha Extension License, including registration with Sencha.

Sencha GXT

Sencha GXT is made available under Commercial License or the GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3). The Commercial License requires the payment of a fee for each Designated User (i.e. developer). If you choose not to pay a fee and use the GPLv3 license, you are generally required to release the source code of any program that you distribute that uses GXT. If you choose to pay for a Commercial License, you are not required to disclose your source code.

Trial Licensing

A trial download is available for Sencha GXT effective for 30 days and governed by the Sencha SDK Software License Agreement. You cannot commence development of an application under GPLv3 license and later convert to a commercial license. You cannot develop during a trial period and continue development beyond that period (30 days).

Commercial License

Commercial license for Sencha GXT is governed by the
Sencha SDK Software License Agreement

Support for Sencha GXT is governed by the
Maintenance and Support Agreement

A summary of important restrictions can be found at
Summary of Important Use Restrictions for Sencha SDKs

Additional information on licensing can be found in the
Licensing, Maintenance, and Support FAQs

Open Source (GPLv3) License

Open Source (GPLv3) license for Sencha GXT can be found on the
Sencha GPL Download Page

Additional information on open source licensing can be found in the
Open Source FAQ

Custom Use Licensing

Custom Use Licensing is available for uses that exceed the commercial license use restrictions, such as use for software that can be described as a development toolkit or library, an application builder, a website builder or any application that is intended for use by software, application, or website developers or designers.

Contact us to learn more about a Custom Use License

Extension Licensing

You can create commercial extensions provided they add substantial value to Sencha GXT. Extension licensing is available under the terms and conditions of the Sencha Extension License, including registration with Sencha.

Sencha Touch

Sencha Touch is made available under Commercial License or the GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3). Both the Commercial License and the GPLv3 versions are free. Should you develop an app and wrap it for distribution in Apple’s App Store, the GPLv3 license is not compatible with Apple’s App Store terms, in which case you would need to use the Commercial License.

Commercial License

Commercial license for Sencha Touch is governed by the
Sencha SDK Software License Agreement

A summary of important restrictions can be found at
Summary of Important Use Restrictions for Sencha SDKs

Additional information on licensing can be found in the
Licensing, Maintenance, and Support FAQs

Open Source (GPLv3) License

Open Source (GPLv3) license for Sencha Ext JS can be found on the
Sencha GPL Download Page

Additional information on open source licensing can be found in the
Open Source FAQ

Custom Use Licensing

Custom Use Licensing is available for uses that exceed the commercial license use restrictions, such as use for software that can be described as a development toolkit or library, an application builder, a website builder or any application that is intended for use by software, application, or website developers or designers.

Contact us to learn more about a Custom Use License

Extension Licensing

You can create commercial extensions provided they add substantial value to Sencha Touch. Extension licensing is available under the terms and conditions of the Sencha Extension License, including registration with Sencha.

Sencha Architect

Sencha Architect is made available under Commercial License.
There is no open source license for Sencha Architect.

Commercial license for Sencha Architect is governed by the
Sencha Tools Software License Agreement

A summary of important restrictions can be found at
Summary of Important Use Restrictions for Sencha Architect

Sencha Web Application Manager

Sencha Web Application Manager is governed by the
Sencha Web Application Manager Customer Agreement

Additional terms listed in the
Sencha Web Application Manager Acceptable Use Policy