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FatFractal News and Events / Release 1.3.0 Released March 23 2014
« on: March 23, 2014, 04:10:23 PM »
We started the quarter with Release  R1.2.0 on January 11  - a major upgrade to FatFractal's mBaaS product, NoServer, with a ton of new features .... and have just closed the quarter with Release 1.3.0 March 23 2014.

Latest downloads and release notes can be found at  http://fatfractal.com/prod/support/downloads/ and http://fatfractal.com/prod/docs/getting-started/#release-notes.

NoServer Questions and Answers / Re: Client-Side SDK License
« on: January 15, 2014, 04:02:04 PM »
Far from it. We very much want to see our SDK's in your apps and if you look at the wording, it does not exclude you from having the right to distribute the entire sdk provided it is "included in and required by your applications (Distributable Code)".  The key parts of the sentence are our rights vis-a-vis the distribution of our SDK's on their own and your rights to distribute whatever is included or needed by your app from our SDK's whether code is in part or the entire SDK. As you say, the Android SDK is one file.

Hope above makes our intention clear and apologies for legalese wording. Let know if you would like to discuss on a call.

NoServer Questions and Answers / Re: Client-Side SDK License
« on: January 15, 2014, 10:35:03 AM »
We will be adding the following section - which should address the issue you raised - to our terms and conditions today.

1.3. Software Development Kit (SDK) and Distributable Code: You may install a complete copy of the SDK;s to develop and test your applications, but you may not distribute or sell the SDK or publish it to others. FatFractal reserves all rights to the SDK other than giving you specific rights allowing you to distribute (and permit further redistribution of) such parts of code (in object code form as well as in source code form if made available by FatFractal) from the SDK which is included in and required by your applications (Distributable Code). You may not use the SDK nor include Distributable Code in any unlawful or malicious applications and you must comply with any relevant export laws and other regulations. The SDK is provided As Is and FatFractal gives no warranties or guarantees of its operation, is not obligated to provide any support for the SDK or Distributable Code, may change how the SDK, Distributable Code and Services operate from time to time, and has the right to terminate offering the SDK, Distributable Code or Services at its sole discretion.

thanks for bringing to our attention and let me know if you have any questions or further concerns.

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