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What is UNA

The name UNA stands for Unified Networking Applications. UNA is not just a single application, but an extensive ecosystem of web applications, databases, server apps, and supporting infrastructure that enables you to create a community website tailored to your needs.

UNA-powered online communities can serve as social networks, business collaboration hubs, or any type of multi-user system with various memberships, roles, content types, and permissions defining the rules of community operation.

In addition to traditional web applications, UNA can be used as a headless server providing API endpoints for custom integrations, web and native apps, and frontend development for a custom network.

Although UNA can be used as a conventional CMS or blogging platform with a focus on content publishing, its full potential is realized in networking. This includes social networking, business networking, or even networking with Internet-connected devices.

How it works

As the primary purpose of UNA is to power a website, it needs to be installed on a web-hosting server like most other web applications. UNA can be used for both public and private sites.

The hosting server must be configured correctly for UNA. UNA can be installed on a dedicated server, a cloud service, or scaled using cloud services to ensure optimal performance.

UNA has its own storage engine, template engine, media transcoding, and a configuration system called UNA Studio, which offers flexibility in customizing and managing the platform.

Once installed on a hosting server, UNA creates a fully operational website ready for customization. Over time, you can activate various UNA apps, install new ones, update them, and adjust site settings to meet your specific requirements.

One of the key advantages of choosing UNA over other solutions is the administration and ownership rights provided by UNA. The operator retains full control over the site, database, hosting server, collected data, and user profiles. There are no restrictions on the number of members or the amount of content the site can host, allowing developers and development agencies the flexibility they need to build robust online communities.