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Poll: Ext JS OEM License (246 member(s) have cast votes)

Will you purchase an Ext JS OEM license which costs ~300 USD?

  1. Yes, I will do so. (148 votes [60.16%])

    Percentage of vote: 60.16%

  2. Sorry, I am unable to do so. (70 votes [28.46%])

    Percentage of vote: 28.46%

  3. I already own a valid Ext JS license. (28 votes [11.38%])

    Percentage of vote: 11.38%

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#41 chefdackel


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Posted 10 August 2013 - 12:32 PM

Farshad, an interesting product which uses ExtJS is ext.net (www.ext.net). Only want to mention the price tables here, not the product because its not based on Delphi. When you look at the prices you see the price per developer which includes (newest) ExtJS is 595$, the price of the Ext.net license alone is 329$. So they charge 266$ for the bundled ExtJS license one may think BUT...... look at the benefits of the bundle - http://www.ext.net/store/#benefits - premium support, source code and so on. Of course charged every year you want to have the current version of ExtJS and Ext.net. Maybe thats an interesting comparison for your maybe negotiation with Sencha and also an interesting approach for your calculations of an upcoming UniGui/ExtJS-bundle. Success is always a marketing thing - don`t set the price too high, the higher the price, the  less licenses you will sell. Don`t make it too cheap.... but look left and right what other vendors take for their licenses, even when they are not useable for Delphi. Something around 600$ or at most 700$ for the bundle, support and source per year would be ok, if you go much higher, you may become troubles in selling licenses. Thats only my humble opinion, which I hope I can post here without beeing stoned B)  



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#42 Mike


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Posted 16 August 2013 - 10:03 AM

Hi Farshad,


Is there any news about a uniGUI bundle (uniGui + ExtJS OEM license)?


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#43 Rafael Sifontes

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Posted 01 September 2013 - 08:56 PM

Hi everybody,

I'm new in UniGui (Im downloading the installation file at this moment) and, my opinion is if after evaluate the product it work as it seems to work its worth any dollar we pay for it and sencha and any other tools we need in order to development modern, secure, stable and fast application. So, Farshad, nice to meet you, you have positive vote.

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#44 Andrei S.

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 01:07 PM

Let's unburrow this topic, sorry if this causes some trouble.


I didn't vote yet cause I think that could have more options. Something like 'I plan to buy an ExtJS license when uniGUI final is launched', this should be the option I'll take.




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