I created an App using Python libraries, including Streamlit

Summary

I created an application using Python libraries, including Streamlit. Now, I would like to be able to sell the application I created, but before doing so, I want to know if I would be infringing on the copyright of its creators.

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Hi ! Different libraries have different types of licenses, which you may need to look upto on the libraryโ€™s specific website. Although, most libraries will allow you to sell your software, but do check licensing information once. Talking specifically about Streamlit, it is released under the Apache 2.0 open-source license. So, you are able to do almost everything, including selling, as long as you donโ€™t violate any of the conditions of the license. Here is a summary of the license :

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