NOTICE: EXT.NET Pricing and Licensing Change
As of January 1, 2015, Ext.NET will no longer be selling new Single Developer licenses nor version upgrades (2.x -> 3.x) for past Single Developer purchases.
Sencha is no longer selling Single Developer Ext JS licenses to Ext.NET customers. This is related to a change Sencha implemented on October 1, 2014 where they no longer offer single developer licensing on any of their products.
On January 1, 2015, the minimum purchase will be the new Ext.NET Enterprise product with licensing for up to five developers. Pricing is currently set at $3,499 USD which includes one year of Premium Support.
License only options are no longer available.
After January 1, 2015, any existing Single Developer license customers wishing to upgrade to Ext.NET 3.0 would be required to purchase a new Ext.NET Enterprise license. You would then be licensed for up to five developers with Premium Support.
Until the end of the 2014 we are still offering Single Developer Ext.NET 3.0 Licensing which includes Ext JS 5 and Premium Support, with pricing set at $799.
Before January 1, 2015, if you are an existing Ext.NET Single Developer license holder and would like to upgrade to Ext.NET 3, please email email@example.com with your request. After January 1, 2015 we will no longer sell Single Developer Licenses, nor Single Developer License upgrades.
Very shortly we will be directly emailing all existing customers with an option to upgrade to Ext.NET 3.0.
If you have any questions or comments regarding this change, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or post your comments in the Ext.NET forums, or add a comment to this blog post.
We will do our best to answer all questions and remain in communication with the Ext.NET community.
We’ve also started a new thread in the forums to discuss this pricing change:
Please feel free to post comments here. We’ll try to respond to all questions and comments in either location.
Hats off to you guys for being mature and reasonable. Nobody likes price increases, but you have handled it with a modicum of emotional intelligence – salute.
This Sencha forum thread is tightly related to the change – “Is Sencha screwing single developers?”.
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I can’t download, page error
They’ve out priced me unfortunately
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