CSHTML5, a popular solution for developers who wish to use C#, XAML, and Visual Studio to create web apps, has been open-sourced under the GNU Public License, and its source code is now available on GitHub.
As part of the change, the all of the features that were previously only available in the paid Professional Edition of CSHTML5 are now free to use as part of the new Community Edition release, which is for hobbyists, open-source projects, and academics.
Userware, the maker of CSHTML, is also making a commercial version of the product available so that developers can create proprietary commercial products without the restrictions of the GPL license.
And coinciding with these changes, CSHTML 1.2 is now available with over 40 new features, including support for implicit styles, Themes, and much more.
<p>So, do web apps made with the Community Edition have to be licensed under the GPL? If so, that would seem to dampen enthusiasm for it. </p>
<p>love it .. I hate html/css</p>