For Sencha Test, yes, you will need to purchase a license that covers up to 5 developers unless you meet all of the Independent Consultant Program eligibility requirements, where you can purchase fewer than 5 licenses of Ext JS, GXT, or Test on behalf of a named client. The licenses allow you and your team to to use the software to create and/or test applications, provision their tech support entitlements and also grants distribution rights for the software/applications you have created. If you do not meet the Independent Consultant Program eligibility requirements, you must purchase a license which covers up to 5 developers. As your team grows, you’ll have up to two more licenses as your developers need them, without any additional processing.
You can buy 8 licenses of Ext JS through our store.
We accept American Express, Master Card, Visa, Discover, and JCB credit cards. We also accept PayPal.
x-Credits are a currency used to meter Support Tickets or request other types of assistance available under a Sencha support plan. For example, a Support Ticket uses 10 x-Credits per incident. Telephone Support uses 50 x-Credits per hour with a 25 x-Credit minimum.
The process for requesting assistance using x-Credits is described in our support process letter that is sent to our customers’ primary support contacts when they purchase a support plan. This process is also described in our Maintenance and Support Agreement.
Yes, we accept PayPal in our store and can accept purchase orders, checks, and direct bank transfers for standard orders. We accept credit cards and PayPal for Independent Consultant Program orders. Please note that for checks and purchase orders, your order cannot be completed until the payment has cleared our bank. To arrange for payment via one of these methods, please contact us and we’ll be happy to assist you.