Hi Visitor! This is the default startpage of Lunuc - a fully-featured digitalization platform, which allows to build robust and cost-effective applications. If you'd like to know more about it or have any questions let us know at onyou.ch.
Lunuc is an open source NodeJs & MongoDB based digital experience platform: Content Management, User Experience, Product Information Management & eCommerce. Lunuc is a digitalization platform, which allows to build robust and cost-effective applications.
Define new types to store and retrieve data. Indexes and relations to other types are automatically created. Use the inbuilt type editor to manage all your data.
Create a page in three simple steps. Step 1 - Define a data resolver to retrieve data from any source. Step 2 - Create a template to present the resolved data. Step 3 - Add some scripting to handle actions and events.
Create new content pages or extend existing ones. Simply add new versions and define which version is online.
LunucOS is a highly customizable alternative user interface (of the lunuc platform) to manage the entire platform with all its functions. It allows to use existing components and extensions in an operating system-like environment. Furthermore it offers a flexible design for data sharing that allows you to make different data sets visible to different user roles and users. Managing the visibility of data helps users in their work by showing only data that is relevant to them.
Below are a few websites that are online and were completely built on lunuc platform
Below are a few examples that were built on lunuc platform. These are just fun and experimental projects.
An average page created with lunuc easily scores 95 out of 100 in all aspects of the audit (Performance, Progressive Web App, Best Practices, SEO and Accessibility).
Lighthouse report even displays fireworks when a site scores perfectly.
You also easily get a score between 95 and 100 here Google pagespeed insights
For a good user experience and a good internet presence these criteria are very important. That's why we attach such high importance to it.
A few days ago I set up a Windows 95 environment just for fun and tried to access http://www.lunuc.com with Internet Explorer 3.0 and 4.0. To my surprise, the page was displayed and I could read and navigate through all the contents. The page didn't look pretty though, but it was amazing to see the page running on more than 20 year old browser technology.