Confirmation Of My Doubts About Extjs Licensing
To clear up the confusion, I decided to do some research and finally get to the bottom of the Ext JS licensing issue. After months of research, I’m happy to say that I now have confirmation of my doubts about Ext JS licensing.
When it comes to licensing, there are two options available for Ext JS. The first is the commercial license, which allows developers to use the framework for commercial projects. This license is the most expensive option and comes with a wide range of features, including access to tech support, priority bug fixes, and more.
The second option is the Open Source license, which is free to use and allows developers to modify the source code of Ext JS. However, the Open Source license does not allow developers to use the framework for commercial projects.
So, to recap: Ext JS is not open source, but it does come with two different licensing options. The commercial license is the most expensive option and allows developers to use the framework for commercial projects. The Open Source license is free to use, but does not allow developers to use the framework for commercial projects.
My doubts about the Ext JS licensing have been confirmed, and I’m glad that I was able to get to the bottom of this issue. Now, developers can make an informed decision when it comes to deciding which license to choose.