Pro License

überdosis GbR grants you an ongoing, non-exclusive license to use the Tiptap Pro extensions, as long as you are an active subscriber of Tiptap Pro.

If you have purchased the Single Developer Plan, the license grants permission for one individual (the Licensee) to access and use the Tiptap Pro extensions.

If you have purchased the Startup Plan, the license grants permission for up to 2 Employees and Contractors of the Licensee to access and use the Tiptap Pro extensions.

If you have purchased the Business Plan, the license grants permission for up to 8 Employees and Contractors of the Licensee to access and use the Tiptap Pro extensions.

You can:

  • Use the Tiptap Pro extensions to create unlimited End Products.
  • Use the Tiptap Pro extensions to create unlimited End Products for unlimited Clients.
  • Use the Tiptap Pro extensions to create End Products where the End Product is sold to End Users.
  • Use the Tiptap Pro extensions to create End Products that are open source and freely available to End Users.

You cannot:

  • Use the Tiptap Pro extensions to create End Products that are developed to allow an End User to build their own End Products using the Tiptap Pro extensions or derivatives of the Tiptap Pro extensions.
  • Modify the Tiptap Pro extensions to create derivative Tiptap extensions.
  • Re-distribute the Tiptap Pro extensions or derivatives of the Tiptap Pro extensions separately from an End Product.
  • Share your account or access to the Tiptap Pro extensions with any other individuals, if you have purchased a Single Developer Plan.
  • Use the Tiptap Pro extensions to create End Products that are the property of any individual or entity other than the Licensee or Clients of the Licensee.
  • Use the Tiptap Pro Extensions to produce anything that, in the sole and absolute discretion of Überdosis GbR, may be considered competitive or collusive with Überdosis GbR's business.

Example usage

Examples of usage allowed by the license:

  • Creating a personal website or web application by yourself.
  • Creating a website or web application for a client that will be owned by that client.
  • Creating a commercial SaaS application (like an invoicing app for example) where end users have to pay a fee to use the application.
  • Creating a commercial self-hosted web application that is sold to end users for a one-time fee.
  • Creating a web application whose main purpose is clearly not to share the Tiptap Pro extensions (such as a conference organization application that uses the Tiptap Pro extensions for its editor) that is free and open source and whose source code is publicly available.

Examples of use not permitted by the license:

  • Creating a repository of your favorite Tiptap Pro extensions (or derivatives based on Tiptap Pro extensions) and publishing it publicly.
  • Rebuilding Tiptap Pro extensions in other programming languages or program libraries and making it available either for sale or for free.
  • Creating an "editor builder" project where end users can build their own editors using Tiptap Pro extensions included with or derived from Tiptap Pro extensions.
  • Creating any End Product that is not the sole property of either you, your company or a client of your company. For example your employees/contractors can't use your company’s Tiptap Pro license to build their own websites or side projects.

Single Developer Definitions

The Licensee is the individual who has purchased a Single Developer License.

Tiptap Pro extensions are the source code that is made available to the Licensee after purchasing a Single Developer license.

An End Product is any artifact produced that incorporates the Tiptap Pro extensions or derivatives of the Tiptap Pro extensions.

An End User is a user of an End Product.

A Client is an individual or entity receiving custom professional services directly from the Licensee, produced specifically for that individual or entity. Customers of software as a service products are not considered clients for the purpose of this document.

Startup or Business License Definitions

The Licensee is the business entity who has purchased a Startup or Business License.

Tiptap Pro extensions are the source code that is made available to the Licensee after purchasing a Startup or Business license.

An End Product is any artifact produced that incorporates the Tiptap Pro extensions or derivatives of the Tiptap Pro extensions.

End User is a user of an End Product.

An Employee is a full-time or part-time employee of the Licensee.

A Contractor is an individual or business entity contracted to perform services for the Licensee.

A Client is an individual or entity receiving custom professional services directly from the Licensee, produced specifically for that individual or entity. Customers of software as a service products are not considered clients for the purpose of this document.

Enforcement

If you are found to be in violation of the license, access to your Tiptap account will be terminated, and a refund may be issued at our discretion. When license violation is blatant and malicious (such as intentionally redistributing the Tiptap Pro extensions through private warez channels), no refund will be issued.

The copyright of the Tiptap Pro extensions is owned by überdosis GbR. You are granted only the permissions described in this license; all other rights are reserved. überdosis GbR reserves the right to take legal action against any unauthorized use of the Tiptap Pro extensions outside of this license. In particular, überdosis GbR reserves the right to terminate your license without notice if you fail to comply with any term or condition of this License Agreement. Upon termination of this License Agreement, you must destroy the original and all copies of the Tiptap Pro extensions and related documentation.

Liability

überdosis GbR’s liability to you for costs, damages, or other losses arising from your use of the Tiptap Pro extensions — including third-party claims against you — is limited to the amount paid by the Licensee in the 12 months prior to the occurrence of the damage event. überdosis GbR may not be held liable for any consequential damages, incidental or special damages, including any damages for loss of profits or savings related to your use of the Tiptap Pro extensions. überdosis GbR shall have unlimited liability for damage arising from gross negligence or wilful intent and in the event of injury to life, body or health.

The liability of überdosis GbR irrespective of fault in accordance with Section 536a(1), 1st alternative German Civil Code for defects that already existed at the time of granting this license is excluded.

Final Provisions

This agreement is governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany, excluding the conflict of laws provisions and excluding the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG). The place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this contractual relationship, as far as legally permitted, is Berlin.

Questions?

Unsure if your use case is covered by our license? Email us at humans@tiptap.dev!