There are different types of fullPage.js licenses. Depending on the type or purpose of your website you can choose one or another. Here are the most common cases:
- Develop my personal/friend's website
- Develop multiple websites
- Website for NGO, NPO, or charity organizations
- None of the previous options
- Develop my client's website
- Create a downloadable or installable product (HTML template, SDK, toolkit, etc.)
- Develop multiple client's websites
- None of the previous options
If you plan to use fullpage.js on your portfolio or website, you can choose any of the licenses from the pricing page: Hobby, Professional, or Business. The Hobby license will allow you to use fullPage.js for 1 product, while the Professional or Business licenses are designed for unlimited products.
If you want to enjoy the benefits of premium support you should consider acquiring the Business license. It includes support by email, Skype/Zoom, or WhatsApp/phone regarding integration questions. Also, your queries will be considered a high priority and the response time will be a maximum of 48 hours, usually less than 12. The Hobby and Professional licenses also include basic support, but just through the GitHub issues forum and requires an isolated reproduction.
Fullpage.js can be used on your customer or client website. Regardless if you are a company or an entrepreneur, the most appropriate licenses for this case are the Professional and Business licenses.
If this is your situation, there are 3 important features to ponder for your final decision:
- The number of developers working on the project: a developer or a team member is someone on your team working on a project that uses fullPage.js. This includes implementing, integrating, or changing the code. The Professional license is for up to 8 developers, while the Business is for unlimited developers.
- Email Premium support: only the Business license offers 3 months of premium support (Email / Zoom / call ) Also, your queries will be considered a high priority and the response time will be a maximum of 48 hours, usually less than 12. The Hobby and Professional licenses also include basic support, but just through the GitHub issues forum and requires an isolated reproduction.
- Mobile apps: if you plan to use fullpage.js to develop a mobile app you would have to choose the Business license.
Both licenses allow you to use the code on an unlimited number of domains, servers, and projects, regardless of the environment type (production, staging, QA, etc.)
Take into account that this is not your option if your client's website will include a downloadable product developed with fullPage.js (like an HTML template) In that case you'd have to choose the OEM/SaaS license.
If you plan to create more than 1 product that includes FullPage.js, then you would have to choose between the Professional or the Business licenses. These licenses allow you to use the fullPage.js code on an unlimited number of domains, servers, and projects, regardless of the environment type (production, QA, etc.) With them, you do not have to worry about the number of websites. Check the case for personal use or the case for commercial clients to see which is the most recommended for you.
There is an exception when developing for multiple websites: when you plan to use fullPage.js in downloadable or installable products that require distribution rights. If you think this is your case, see the section below, please.
If you plan to include fullPage.js in downloadable or installable products like WordPress themes (for example, the ones in marketplaces like ThemeForest, TemplateMonster, etc.) HTML templates, as part of a commercial interface builder, SDK, or toolkit, you should choose the Commercial OEM license that grants you distribution rights.
These Commercial OEM licenses are customized for each customer. Distributor fee is an annual or perpetual fee that is paid per product. Contact us if you need this license, providing us as much information as you can about your future product:
- What's the name and URL of your product? Short description of it.
- What's its price?
- How many customers/downloads are you anticipating over a year?
- How many developers will be directly working with our software?
- How will your product(s) be commercialized?
Non-governmental organizations (NGO), non-profit organizations (NPO) as well as charity organizations can choose any of the licenses from the pricing page (Hobby, Professional, or Business)
Aren't discounts available for this kind of organization? Well, something better than that You can request a completely free license. The only requirements are that your website/project is open-sourced and licensed under General Public License version 3 (GPLv3) or a compatible one.
If your specific case is not explained in any of the previous options, then contact us to explain your personal situation. We will guide you so you can choose the license which fits better your circumstances.
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