Yes. EMu ships with a runtime license. This is sufficient for the vast majority of institutions. Only the very largest of institutions with in-house software developers consider acquiring a EMu development license and the requisite training.

An EMu development license provides a development environment and access to the EMu source code repository on the Internet via a virtual private network ("VPN"). This allows clients to check out their source code, modify it and check it in. This process ensures that client-specific changes are always incorporated in future releases. Published style guides on our Developer's web site ensure developers adhere to the correct methodologies.

The EMu web interface can be modified without purchasing the Texpress development license, provided no table changes are required.