Pinegrow Interactions come with a friendly license that lets you freely use interactions in your projects.
Details of the license can be found in https://pinegrow.com/Pinegrow_EULA.pdf
Summary of the license
You are allowed to:
- Use Pinegrow Interactions in your websites and web applications, for personal and commercial use.
- Sell your work to clients.
- Sell your work in marketplaces, for example as components, templates or themes.
- Transfer the full rights granted by this license to your clients.
Pinegrow Interactions are available under a subscription plan, but you keep the above rights for your existing projects, even if you cancel the subscription.
- You are not allowed to use Pinegrow interactions or its library in website builders, or distribute it as part of services and software for developing or generating websites or web applications.
Note, “Interactions” and “it” refers to Pinegrow Interactions.
Can I use Interactions in my profitable SaaS solution?
Yes, you can.
Can I use it in my client work?
Can I sell my template that uses Interactions in a public marketplace?
Yes, you can.
Can I create a component that uses Interactions, sell it in marketplaces and allow buyers to use it to create templates that they then sell in marketplaces?
Yes, you can. It’s up to you if you wish to limit how your clients can distribute your work.
Can I integrate Interactions into my website builder?
No, you’re not allowed to do that under this license. Get in touch, let’s talk about it.
Can I create a component, sell it in marketplaces and allow buyers to use the component in website builders?
No, you can’t grant more rights than you have to your end-users. You can only pass on the same (or a subset of) rights that you have been granted. That’s usually already covered by default marketplace licenses (see the next answer).
Do I have to mention Pinegrow Interactions when selling my work on marketplaces?
You’re not required to do so. Thanks, if you do 🙂 Of course, the marketplace license under which your work is sold should mention that you work might contain parts that are subject to their own licenses. That’s normally already a part of the default marketplace licenses, so you don’t have to do anything about it.
Can I remove the license information from pgia.js file to reduce the file size?
Can I remove GSAP code from pgia.js because I’m already including it elsewhere?
Yes, you can. But note that in such case GSAP is subject to its own license and you need to get the appropriate license from GreenSock. Also, we can’t guarantee that Pinegrow interactions will work with the GSAP version you’re using in your project.
Technically you can, but in that case GSAP is subject to its own license and you need to get the appropriate license from GreenSock.