1. Notes on the use of Open Source Software

2. Works

3. License Terms

3.1 Amazon Software License

3.2 Apache 2.0

3.3 MIT License

3.4 BSD 3-Clause

3.5 SIL Open Font License

3.6 WTFPL

3.7 Zero-Clause-BSD

1. Notes on the use of Open Source Software

If and insofar as reference is made to this text, the following information shall inform about the applicable licensing terms that are furthermore agreed between the parties. This and the following text is available in German as well as in English. Insofar as license texts are concerned, the English language version of the license text shall always prevail. As far as a German language version or other language versions are published, these serve purely informative purposes. Sablono GmbH, Berlin and all companies that legitimately sell products and services under the Sablono brand ("Sablono") do not assume any liability for the correctness of the translations. The following information serves not only to comply with license terms but also to agree upon them. This means that Sablono publishes and distributes all respectively mentioned open source program components or other works named below in context with an open source license under the terms of the respective license. This expressly applies only to the respective work itself and does not apply to the products of Sablono as a whole. The respective authoritative statements regarding copyright and year of copyright result from the following table. They are to be read as if they were inserted in the license terms also listed below.

2. Works

Name

License

Year of copyright

Copyright

amazon-cognito-identity-js

Amazon Software License

2017

Amazon Web Services

@aws-amplify/auth

Apache-2.0

2017

Amazon Web Services

@aws-amplify/ui-react

Apache-2.0

2019

n/a

@mdi/font

Apache-2.0

2020

Austin Andrews

xlsx

Apache-2.0

2019

sheetjs

@mdi/font

Apache-2.0

2020

Austin Andrews

aws-sdk

Apache-2.0

2017

Amazon Web Services

mandrill-api

Apache-2.0

2013

Mandrill Devs

puppeteer

Apache-2.0

2020

The Chromium Authors

@nstudio/nativescript-loading-indicator

Apache-2.0

2019

nstudio

nativescript-angular

Apache-2.0

2020

NativeScript Team

nativescript-background-http

Apache-2.0

2019

NativeScript Team

nativescript-camera

Apache-2.0

2019

NativeScript team

nativescript-image-zoom

Apache-2.0

2018

Osei Fortune

nativescript-imagepicker

Apache-2.0

2019

NativeScript Team

nativescript-sentry

Apache-2.0

2017

FinanzRitter

nativescript-unit-test-runner

Apache-2.0

2019

Telerik

reflect-metadata

Apache-2.0

2015

Ron Buckton

rxjs

Apache-2.0

2018

Ben Lesh

tns-core-modules

Apache-2.0

2021

n/a

@aws-amplify/auth

Apache-2.0

2017

Amazon Web Services

@aws-amplify/auth

Apache-2.0

2017

Amazon Web Services

@aws-amplify/auth

Apache-2.0

2017

Amazon Web Services

@sentry/tracing

MIT

2018

Sentry

@uirouter/angularjs

MIT

2018

Angular UI

@mui/icons-material

MIT

2014

Material-UI SAS

@mui/x-data-grid

MIT

2014

Material-UI SAS

angular

MIT

2020

Angular Core Team

angular-animate

MIT

2020

Angular Core Team

angular-aria

MIT

2020

Angular Core Team

angular-cookies

MIT

2020

Angular Core Team

angular-gantt

MIT

2015

Rémi Alvergnat

angular-google-analytics

MIT

2015

Julien Bouquillon

angular-i18next

MIT

2017

Sergey Romanchuk

angular-intercom

MIT

2015

Patrick Stapleton

angular-material

MIT

2020

Angular

angular-messages

MIT

2020

Angular Core Team

angular-moment

MIT

2016

n/a

angular-sanitize

MIT

2020

Angular Core Team

angular-translate

MIT

2017

Pascal Precht

angular-ui-tree

MIT

2014

n/a

animate.css

MIT

2021

Animate.css

Autolinker

MIT

2014

Gregory Jacobs

blueimp-canvas-to-blob

MIT

2019

Sebastian Tschan

browser-update

MIT

2017

Thomas Hümmer

chart.js

MIT

2021

Chart JS

createjs

MIT

2015

gskinner.com, inc.

crypto-js

MIT

2016

Evan Vosberg

css-element-queries

MIT

2013

Marc J. Schmidt

csv-writer

MIT

2020

Ryuichi Inagaki

easeljs

MIT

2014

gskinner.com, inc.

escape-string-regexp

MIT

2020

Sindre Sorhus

json-schema-to-typescript

MIT

2021

bcherny

hammerjs

MIT

2017

Jorik Tangelder

lodash

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

moment

MIT

2016

Iskren Ivov Chernev

moment-parseformat

MIT

2017

Gregor Martynus

moment-timezone

MIT

2016

Tim Wood

moment-locales-webpack-plugin

MIT

2020

Ivan Akulov

react-is

MIT

2017

n/a

svg.js

MIT

2018

Wout Fierens

tweenjs

MIT

2014

gskinner.com, inc.

v-accordion

MIT

2016

Łukasz Wątroba

whatwg-fetch

MIT

2016

Github

ajv

MIT

2021

Evgeny Poberezkin

async

MIT

2018

Caolan McMahon

axios

MIT

2018

Matt Zabriskie

body-parser

MIT

2015

Express JS

bootstrap-less-port

MIT

2017

Sean Juárez

cls-rtracer

MIT

2018

Andrey Pechkurov

debug

MIT

2021

TJ Holowaychuk

express

MIT

2015

TJ Holowaychuk

faker

MIT

2020

n/a

http-errors

MIT

2016

Jonathan Ong

i18n

MIT

2011

Marcus Spiegel

image-data-uri

MIT

2018

Diego ZoracKy

less-middleware

MIT

2013

Randy Merrill

lodash.assign

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

lodash.get

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

lodash.set

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

nodemon

MIT

2019

Remy Sharp

npm-upgrade

MIT

2015

Yuriy Grunin

qrcode

MIT

2015

Ryan Day

tmp

MIT

2014

KARASZI István

ts-node-dev

MIT

2022

whitecolor

winston

MIT

2021

Charlie Robbins

zip-a-folder

MIT

2020

Marius Augenstein

@angular/common

MIT

2021

angular

@angular/compiler

MIT

2021

angular

@angular/core

MIT

2021

angular

@angular/forms

MIT

2021

angular

@angular/platform-browser

MIT

2021

angular

@angular/platform-browser-dynamic

MIT

2021

angular

@angular/router

MIT

2021

angular

@ngx-translate/core

MIT

2018

Olivier Combe

@ngx-translate/http-loader

MIT

2018

Olivier Combe

lodash

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

moment

MIT

2016

Iskren Ivov Chernev

nativescript-appversion

MIT

2015

Eddy Verbruggen

nativescript-barcodescanner

MIT

2015

Eddy Verbruggen

nativescript-email

MIT

2015

Eddy Verbruggen

nativescript-iqkeyboardmanager

MIT

2015

TJ VanToll

nativescript-material-icons

MIT

2016

Shripal Soni

nativescript-ngx-fonticon

MIT

2018

Nathan Walker

nativescript-permissions

MIT

2021

Nathanael Anderson

nativescript-phone

MIT

2015

Mike Sywensky

nativescript-plugin-firebase

MIT

2015

Eddy Verbruggen

nativescript-plugin-universal-links

MIT

2020

Dragos Sebestin

nativescript-secure-storage

MIT

2017

Eddy Verbruggen

nativescript-sqlite

MIT

2019

Nathanael Anderson

nativescript-sqlite-commercial

MIT

2019

Nathanael Anderson

nativescript-urlhandler

MIT

2016

Martin Reinhardt

nativescript-worker-loader

MIT

2017

NativeScript team

ngx-moment

MIT

2020

Uri Shaked

zone.js

MIT

2018

Brian Ford

@material-ui/core

MIT

2014

Material-UI Team

@material-ui/icons

MIT

2014

Material-UI Team

axios

MIT

2018

Matt Zabriskie

json2csv

MIT

2015

Mirco Zeiss

lodash

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

react

MIT

2018

n/a

react-dom

MIT

2018

n/a

react-ga4

MIT

2021

PriceRunner

react-i18next

MIT

2021

Jan Mühlemann

react-router-dom

MIT

2021

Remix Software

react-select

MIT

2021

Jed Watson

@emotion/react

MIT

2019

mitchellhamilton

@emotion/styled

MIT

2019

n/a

@mui/material

MIT

2014

MUI Team

axios

MIT

2018

Matt Zabriskie

core-js

MIT

2020

n/a

i18next

MIT

2022

Jan Mühlemann

i18next-browser-languagedetector

MIT

2022

Jan Mühlemann

react

MIT

2018

Facebook

react-dom

MIT

2018

Facebook

react-i18next

MIT

2021

Jan Mühlemann

react-router-dom

MIT

2021

Remix Software

regenerator-runtime

MIT

2017

Ben Newman

axios

MIT

2018

Matt Zabriskie

lodash

MIT

2017

John-David Dalton

react

MIT

2018

Facebook

react-dom

MIT

2018

Facebook

react-router-dom

MIT

2021

Remix Software

cls-hooked

BSD-2-Clause

2016

Forrest L Norvell

@sentry/browser

BSD-3-Clause

2018

Sentry

@sentry/integrations

BSD-3-Clause

2018

Sentry

@sentry/node

BSD-3-Clause

2018

Sentry

express-handlebars

BSD-3-Clause

2015

Eric Ferraiuolo

sanitize-filename

WTFPL OR ISC

2004

Parsha Pourkhomami

tslib

0BSD

2020

Microsoft Corp.

mdi-react

(MIT AND OFL-1.1)

2019

Levin Rickert

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