One-time payment for the whole system and its future updates
40+ flexible components
Prioritized support on Github
Working as a team?
Frequently asked questions
Which dependencies does Arcade have?
In Arcade we're aiming to keep the number of dependencies to the bare minimum. Our only runtime dependencies are React and ReactDOM. We get more into the detail of what we use and out general approach to the development in .
Which browsers does Arcade support?
Arcade is built using the features from the latest stable releases of all major browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge. Arcade doesn't support Internet Explorer 11.
What do free updates include?
We're constantly working on adding new components, as well as improving our already implemented components. All these changes will be available to you for free.
We're planning to release more packages and tooling around the system sold separately, however all the related changes within the core library are considered to be free updates.
What release strategy does Arcade follow?
We care a lot about keeping your products migration to the new versions as seamless as possible. All regular releases we make are well tested and are built to be backwards compatible. We aim for one major release per year which may contain breaking changes and includes a clear migration guide.
What does prioritized support mean?
We accept tickets from anyone, no matter if you have a license a not. However, we prioritize tickets created by our customers and are opened for changes required for your product as long as they're compatible with our development strategy and other users requirements.
How do I purchase a team license?
When working in a growing team, we don't want you to keep spending money and time on purchasing new licenses. Instead, we're providing an option to buy a team license for $349.
Can I apply custom brand styles to Arcade components?
Arcade already has a theming engine and we're actively working on exposing scripts and tooling for creating custom themes for your product. However, you can already create custom themes by editing the code manually. Check our for more information.
What kind of projects can I use Arcade for?
You can use Arcade for commercial and non-commercial products, no matter if that's something you build for yourself or for a client. Arcade can be used for open-source projects.
What are the Arcade usage restrictions?
You can't use Arcade for redistributing our components and assets as a different package. This includes design systems, component libraries or tools that are providing access to Arcade package assets without purchasing an Arcade license.