Our pricing is based on the number of domains / developers that use uiloos.
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*The price increases as more components are released, buy early and get grandfathered on your plan.
Questions & Answers
Any developer in your company actively benefitting from "uiloos".
Say you have a team of 5 developers, two of those developers are purely back-end developers both never touch the front-end. Two of those developers are full-stack developers, and the last developer is a pure front-end developer.
In this scenario you will need three seats: one for the front-end developer, and two for the full-stack developers. The two back-end developers do not need a license.
The reasoning is that only the front-end, and full-stack developers benefit from "uiloos" in this case, because only they have been accelerated.
Say that in this scenario only the front-end developer actively writes code / components that uses "uiloos". In this case the two full-stack developers will indirectly benefit from "uiloos", so they will still count as developers which need seats.
Say for example your domain is foo.com you are allowed to use uiloos for all domains and subdomains of that domain.
In our example the following would be fall under the license:
However the following domains would not fall under your license:
Anything that is visible for other people but yourself, so the term "production" is used broadly. For example these are considered production environments:
- A live website
- A published game / app
- A staging environment
- A test environment
The following things are considered personal use:
- Your personal website
- Your personal blog
- Demo's on sandbox sites such as: CodePen, JS Bin and CodeSandbox
A blog / website is considered personal when they are not monetized. The blog / site cannot for example contain any ads or referral links.
You may evaluate "uiloos" indefinitely, but as soon as you go to a production environment your must purchase a license.
If you cancel your subscription you may indefinitely use your fallback version (or any version before the fallback version) of the "uiloos" library.
A scenario: you have a monthly subscription which you cancel, your fallback version will be any version released within the window the subscription has already been paid for.
Note: you may still not exceed the number of developers you originally had in your license. If you require more developers you will need another subscription.
On the dashboard you can find your exact fallback version once you log in.