Material-UI X provides complementary components built with Material-UI. Some of the features are MIT, some are not. The software that is available under a commercial license can be purchased here. You can find more details on our policy around MIT vs. commercial in the docs.
Early bird special! 🐦
Buy now at a reduced price* (you get almost 50% off), and get early access to Material-UI X, with the added opportunity to influence its development. This perpetual license gives access to support and updates for one year. The early bird special is available for a limited time, so don’t miss this opportunity!
*The Material-UI X product is available under three plans:
- The “Community plan“, it contains the MIT components that are sustainable by the contributions of the open-source community. Free forever. No need to purchase this license for it.
- The “Pro plan“, which this license gives access to. It will be available at $249/dev after the early bird special price. It contains all the current data grid features and a new date range picker component. We are continuously adding new features.
You can have an unlimited number of developers after 10 licensed developers.
- The “Premium plan”, which isn’t available yet, will give access to the features in the “Pro plan” as well as the most advanced features, such as data grid pivoting and data grid aggregation. This plan will be available at $599/dev.
You can have an unlimited number of developers per project after 10 developers licensed per project.
Note: Early Bird pricing is only available for orders placed through the Material-UI store.
Date Range Picker
The licenses are on a per-developer basis. We offer the following tiered discounts from list prices when purchasing more than one license for your development team:
- 2-5 licenses: 10% discount,
- 6-10 licenses: 15% discount,
- 11+: License capped, extra developers do not need to be licensed.
When you purchase, you are granted a license to use a version of the product in perpetuity. There are no further charges until you choose to extend your license to cover newer versions.
Please note that while the use of the software is perpetual, support and corrective maintenance are not. We do not provide issue resolution to versions older than 12 months. We roll bug fixes, performance enhancements, and other improvements into new releases; we don’t patch, fix or in any way alter older versions.
1-year subscription to new versions
When you make a purchase you get a subscription to license new versions for 365 days. You can see our changelog here. After 366 days (or up to 5-year if you choose an extension package) you will no longer be allowed to use the latest versions without renewing your subscription. You can continue to use your licensed versions in perpetuity.
Please note that while the use of the software is perpetual, support and corrective maintenance are not. We roll bug fixes, performance enhancements, and other improvements into new releases; we don’t patch, fix or in any way alter older versions.
At the end of your subscription period, you will no longer be able to license the latest versions or access support without renewing. This could range from 366 days up to a 5-year term. Renewal pricing is substantially lower than first-year subscription costs. You get 50% off.
Please note that while the use of the software is perpetual, access to new features, support, and corrective maintenance is not. We do not provide issue resolution to versions older than 12 months. We roll bug fixes, performance enhancements, and other improvements into new releases; we don’t patch, fix or in any way alter older versions.
Why are you calling it “early access”?
We think you’ll love the features we’ve built so far, but we’re planning to release more. We opened it up as soon as we had something useful so that you can start getting value from it right away, and we’ll be adding new features and components based on our own ideas, and on suggestions from early access customers.
How many licenses do I need?
The number of licenses purchased must correspond to the number of concurrent developers contributing changes to the front-end code of a project that uses Material-UI X. However, the number of developers required is capped at 10 developers for the Pro plan and 10 developers/project for the Premium plan, developers above this limit don’t need to be licensed.
Example 1. Company ‘A’ is developing an application named ‘AppA’. The app needs to render 10K rows of data in a table and allow users to group, filter, and sort. The dev team adds Material-UI X to the project to satisfy that requirement. 5 front-end and 10 back-end developers are working on ‘AppA’. Only 1 developer is tasked with configuring and modifying the data grid. The front-end developers and only are contributing code to the front-end. Company ‘A’ purchases 5 licenses.
Example 2. A UI development team at Company ‘A’ creates its own UI library for internal development and includes Material-UI-X as a component. The team working on ‘AppA’ uses the new library and so does the team working on ‘AppB’. ‘AppA’ has 5 front-end developers and ‘AppB’ has 3. There are 2 front-end developers on the UI development team. Company ‘B’ purchases 10 licenses.
How to remove the “Unlicensed product” watermark?
After you purchase a license, you’ll receive a license key by email (if you didn’t, check the spam folder). Once you have the license key, you need to follow the instructions necessary to set it up.
Do developers have to be named?
No. We trust that you will not go over the number of licensed developers. Developers moving on and off projects is expected occasionally, and the license can be transferred between developers at that time.
Am I allowed to use the product after the 1-year subscription expires?
The licenses are perpetual, you are allowed to continue using the products even after the 1-year subscription expires. However, you will be using the last product version released before your license expired. You will lose access to new functionality and updates, as well as technical support.
If you wish to preserve your access to product updates (new features and fixes) and dedicated support, you need to renew your license, please contact sales.
What is the policy on redistributing the software?
Our developer licenses are royalty-free – the licensed entity can use our tools in:
- Solutions for internal company use
- Hosted applications
- Commercial solutions deployed for end-customers by our customers
There are only 2 limitations that require additional discussion with our sales team:
- A product that exposes the components in a form that allows for using them to build applications, for example, in a CMS or a design-builder.
- Modules/components that DO NOT add significant primary functionality. Example: a theme for a set of components that is sold as a separate product and includes the XGrid components. In such cases, we offer reseller arrangements so that everyone has an incentive to enter into a relationship.
If your desired use falls under any of the three categories listed above, please contact sales. We will be happy to discuss your needs and see what we can do to accommodate your case.
Do you offer discounts to educational and non-profit organizations?
Yes, we offer a 50% discount on any product license to educational, non-profit, and charity entities. This special discount cannot be combined with any other type of discount.
To qualify for the discount, you need to send us a document clearly indicating that you are a member of the respective institution. An email from your official account which bears your signature is sufficient in most cases.
For more information on how to qualify for a discount, please contact sales.
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