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Flow Chart: Blend4Web Licensing Options

17 February 2016 12:39 #7487
Here is a flow chart depicting all licensing options available to Blend4Web users.
PDF version is here.
We welcome your feedback!
Development Lead | Twitter
18 February 2016 10:30 #7513
Based on the feedback from Ton Roosendaal and Gottfried Hofmann, we have removed the crediting requirement from the chart. GNU GPL requires crediting in the code only. The updated PDF version can be seen here. ‏
Development Lead | Twitter
24 February 2016 21:31 #7707
What would be a good, easy and useful way to publish source files?

25 February 2016 10:32 #7719

What would be a good, easy and useful way to publish source files?
Hello!

The most obvious way is to use GitHub
Blend4Web Team - developer
10 May 2016 16:13 #9391
Hi!

GitHub is overkill for me. I plan to use many single-html format items in e-books.
What if I use a button named "source" in 3D scene that is linked to source .blend file?
10 May 2016 16:24 #9392
What if I use a button named "source" in 3D scene that is linked to source .blend file?
Yes, I think this is ok.
Development Lead | Twitter
11 May 2016 09:16 #9412
What about embedding blend4web content on other websites?
For example facebook app that is created as shown in this tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2c7Wl46VR0

Does facebook have to obtain blend4web pro license?
11 May 2016 10:28 #9417
The commercial license grants the right to distribute Blend4Web-powered applications on whatever websites (e.g. on facebook). However, if the intellectual property rights were transferred to the owner of a particular website, he/she/it must have a license.
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