Note: Advice in this article will only work for JxBrowser 6. See the corresponding article for JxBrowser 7 here.

When you purchase a commercial licence, you get a licence.jar file.You need to include this file into your Java application class path. You can use this licence file both for development of your application with JxBrowser, and for distribution of our library as part of your application.

You need a commercial licence for every person on your team, who is using JxBrowser in development. For example, if you have 10 developers involved into your project and only 4 of them work with JxBrowser, you need 4 licences only. Also, if you have a team of 3 and more people using JxBrowser and you plan to do one project only, you may want to purchase a Project Licence.

Once you have the commercial licence, we do not limit the distribution of our library inside your application, and there are no additional runtime fees.

Single Developer Licence

The licence is issued to an individual or a company. The number of licences acquired should equal the number of developers involved in the project, which uses JxBrowser.

Project Licence

The licence is issued to a company. The licence is linked with a fully qualified java class name (e.g. com.mycompany.myproduct.MyClass). It can be any class of your application. The only requirement is that this class must be included in your app class path. This option is cost effective for three or more developers working on a product.

Company-wide Licence

Gives you unlimited number of developer licences for your company for any number of projects. This option is cost effective with more than 10 developers planned for a project or for more than 3 projects.