RGraph is free for non-commercial use under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 license, meaning you just need to link to the RGraph website if you're using it for non-commercial purposes and there are commercial licenses available if you're a commercial entity. These licenses are described below.
A straight-forward overview of the licensing is that it is free to use RGraph for non-commercial purposes under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 license as long as you link to this website (eg underneath the chart). For commercial use you need to buy an RGraph license. There's various options for licenses which are described below.
RGraph can be used free-of-charge by non-commercial entities (eg personal, charity, educational etc) on either internal or external websites or in software that they make under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial 3.0 This means that you may use RGraph for non-commercial purposes as long as you link back to this website (eg underneath the chart). A mention on the social networking site that you use (eg Twitter, Facebook Google+) would be appreciated too.
If you would prefer not to link to the RGraph website, then you can buy an RGraph developer license and you won't need to. You may alter the RGraph code to suit your particular needs.
The commercial licenses allow commercial entities to use RGraph without linking back to the RGraph website. There's no time limitation. The commercial license is issued on a per-site or per-developer basis.
If your use of RGraph is for an offline application, the number of installations that your software has is irrelevant - the licensing scheme is still based on how many developers that you have.
There are some FAQs below that should help to answer any questions that you may have, but if they don't then you can send your question to the RGraph support address.
After completion of payment you are granted the applicable commercial license.
You may alter the RGraph code to suit your particular needs.
This license allows unlimited developers in your company to work with RGraph on a single website, web based application or offline application. There's no limitation on whether the website can be dynamic or static. Source-code editing is permitted.
The single site license can now be used for dynamic websites, web based applications and offline applications.
This license allows a single developer in your company to work with RGraph. It can be used for websites or web based applications. Each person who directly or indirectly works on an application or user-interface that makes use of RGraph is considered a developer. It allows RGraph to be used in an unlimited number of web projects, intranets and offline applications for you or your Customers. Source-code editing is permitted.
This license allows 5 developers in your company to work with RGraph. It can be used for websites or web based applications. Each person who directly or indirectly creates an application or user interface that makes use of RGraph is considered a developer. It allows RGraph to be used in an unlimited number of web projects, intranets and offline applications for you or your Customers. Source-code editing is permitted.
This license allows 10 developers in your company to work with RGraph. It can be used for websites or web based applications. Each person who directly or indirectly creates an application or user interface that makes use of RGraph is considered a developer. It allows RGraph to be used in an unlimited number of web projects, intranets, and offline applications for you or your Customers. Source-code editing is permitted.
The OEM license is for if you're making a web authoring tool, you want to include RGraph and you don't wish your Customers to be liable for their own RGraph license. Please get in touch if you wish to enquire about the RGraph OEM license pricing.
Do I need to buy a commercial license?
For commercial use, then yes - you need a license to use RGraph. Otherwise - if you're a non-commercial entity (eg individual, charity, educational institute) then you're free to use RGraph.
How many licenses do I need?
If you require an RGraph commercial license then you only need to buy a single 1/5/10 developer license for your particular situation or one for each domain in the case of the domain license.
How much is a license?
The prices for each type of license are shown above next to each license type and there's a table below summarising them:
|Single domain license||£99.00|
|1 developer license||£199.00|
|5 Developer license||£299.00|
|10 developer license||£499.00|
This license applies to software originating from the rgraph.net website. Such software is herein referred to as the Software. The license covers modification and distribution of the Software, use of third-party application programs based on the Software, and development of software which uses the Software. Note that ExCanvas is covered by the Apache license and jQuery is covered by the MIT license.
The ownership of the Licensed material is not transferred to you in this agreement.
In no event shall the initial developers or copyright holders be liable for any damages whatsoever, including - but not restricted to - lost revenue or profits or other direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, even if they have been advised of the possibility of such damages, except to the extent invariable law, if any, provides otherwise.
The Software and this license document are provided AS IS with NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF DESIGN, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
The only place you can download an official archive containing the RGraph software is the RGraph website. Public redistribution of the RGraph archive or "forking" the RGraph software is not permitted.
This license is governed by the Laws of England. Disputes shall be settled by Chelmsford town court.
Any questions or queries about this license or its extent should be directed to the RGraph support team