Although it is a demo, the licence applies.
I do not understand this licence.Does this licence permits to deliver WebGL for free with the program, nevertheless charge for the products who uses WebGL?
On 13 May 2016 at 20:55, Kenneth Russell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Of course you can use WebGL in commercial products, and charge for use of a website that uses it. The San Angeles demo is just a demo and its license does not apply to WebGL in general.-KenOn Fri, May 13, 2016 at 1:39 PM, Gintare Statkute <email@example.com> wrote:Can i use WebGL in the commercial product?
I have found thw following licence terms:Nevertheless, i did not understand if i can use WebGL in a commercial website, or commercial program installable on windows (installaction comprising webkit, php, mysql) and charge the users for the product /website ?I want to make Windows executable program from webkit (browser), php, mysql and WebGL for creating some animations.I will include webGL to installation package, but i will not charge for it.I will charge only for my product, but together with my product i will install for FREE the webkit, php, mysql and WebGL, which are essential for my product funtioning.Can i use WebGL like this?regards,--Gintare Statkute