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EUL vs OEM License information

There are two different kinds of licenses for our products: Standard End-User License and OEM License. The standard End-User License is for applications where end-users do not pay for access (such as an company intranet application). To use our UI components in commercial products and SaaS type applications that will be redistributed for a fee to third parties (“commercial applications”), you require an OEM license. For more information see our FAQ below or contact us for an OEM quote.

Additionally, to use our Ext JS-based UI components you need your own license of Ext JS.


Bryntum Calendar EUL (for non-commercial use)

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Which license is right for me?

If you are building an application or service that will only be used internally at your company, and not licensed to third parties, you only need our standard End-User license. If you are intending to create a commercial product such as a project management SaaS application or an ERP suite you need our OEM license. Contact us to receive an OEM license quote or if you are unsure which license is right for your company. For more information please see the product license page.

I use Ext JS version X, do you support it?

Please see our support policy page. You can see clearly for each release which Ext JS versions are supported by looking in the changelog. Even if version X is not currently supported anymore, as a license holder you still get access to all our older releases in our Customer Zone.

Do you offer any discounts?

We are happy to offer you the following discounts for our end-user license fees (no discount offered on license extensions).

  • 70% off if you are an Sencha or Bryntum community contributor with > 500 forum posts.
  • 30% off if you want to use our products for charity, environmental or educational work.
  • 30% off if you post a blog post on your (public) company blog describing how you use our products.

Can I pay via invoice instead of PayPal?

Yes this is certainly possible, for alternate methods of payment please contact us.

Do I need an Ext JS license to use your products?

Yes, to use our products in any scenario, you must also have a valid commercial Ext JS license. You cannot use our products together with a GPL license of Ext JS. To find out which Ext JS license is appropriate for you or your company, please see the Ext JS license options.

Can I buy through a reseller?

Sure, please check our Resellers page for a list of our resellers.

How do I get the source code after paying for a license?

After purchasing a license, in order to receive the product including the fully readable code, please register in our customer zone and provide your full name, company name, company VAT registration number (for customers within EU) and the order number received from PayPal. As soon as we have activated your account, you’ll be able to download the full source code.



Additional Terms and Conditions

For business entities within the EU, VAT reverse charge applies, article 44 and 196 in Directive 2006/112/EEC (general rule).

Please note: If you are an EU-citizen purchasing for individual use, you have to add 25% Swedish VAT to our price. Please contact us at for more information and payment instructions.