Licenses on Binpress have several attributes that might be confusing or require additional explanation to properly understand their implications.
Binpress licenses are categorized under 3 types:
Allows code execution on hosted servers operated by license holders, typically for web sites and web services.
Hosted licenses are typically limited to a specific number of sites and servers a single license can be used for.
Allows distribution of compiled binaries by license holders, typically (but not necessarily) as an exectuable application. This license can be used for the development end-user desktop / mobile application.
Application licenses are typically limited to a specific number of applications they can be used for.
Allows license holders to sell the code inside larger works, but not as is. This license is suited for developers who need to integrate a component in their code, and sell the code to a 3rd party. This is the only license that allows license holders to sell the component code itself.
Software development companies who work on external projects require this license in order to integrate a Binpress component in their work, if the project deliverables include the source-code.
Developer licenses are typically limited to a specific number of projects they can be used for.
Determines whether the code can be used for commercial purposes. If you obtained a non-commercial license and later decided you would like to use the component for a commercial purpose, you would need to acquire a commercial license before doing so.
When stated in the license, the developer will provide support, within reason. If no support clause appears on the license, then the developer is not required to provide support (though it does not prevent him from doing so).
Support terms start at the time of license purchase, and can range from 6 months to several years.
When stated in the license, usage of the code must be accompanied with attribution to the original developer. Details of how the attribution should be made (such as a link in the footer) are explained inside the license.