Vue Motion Graphics, a startup that focuses on creating motion graphics for web and mobile apps, has announced it will be offering a new suite of motion graphics to its customers in partnership with Canonical, a leading Ubuntu developer.
The Canonical partnership comes at a time when many developers are looking for a way to monetize their work without having to pay for licensing.
Canonical has partnered with Vues Motion Graphics to create a new service called VueMotion, which will let developers monetize work that they have already created by embedding it in an app.
The app can be found at Vuemotion.com and Vue’s app store.
In a blog post published Monday, Vue announced the launch of Vue.
Motion Graphics for Canonical customers.
“The goal of this partnership is to provide a way for developers to get their creative juices flowing by embeding their work on Canonical-branded websites, while also supporting Canonical developers’ existing and upcoming development efforts,” the blog post read.
“This is the first time we have worked with Canonatic and Vues to create such a partnership.”
The partnership marks the latest in a long-term relationship between Vue and Canonical.
Vue co-founder and chief technology officer Mark DeLuca told Business Insider that the partnership has been in the works for years and that the company has a long history of working with Canonics.
“We’re really excited about this,” DeLucas said.
“It’s going to be really cool to be able to do that with Canonicals brand.”
The Vue team has been working with Ubuntu developers since 2012 and has had its own development tools and toolsets for a number of years.
In a blog entry on the Vue site, DeLucos said that the team was excited to be working with a company that was building the best mobile development toolkit for Ubuntu developers.
The Vues motion graphics service is currently available in a handful of markets.
The company says the service will be available in the U.S. and Europe by the end of the year.
Vues is working with other developers to bring Vue into a wider range of markets including Brazil, Canada, the Middle East, and Latin America.