What type of people use Anahita for their projects?
Most of the people who have been joining the Anahita tribes belong to one of the following groups:
- Hackers - those who can code innovative projects.
- Entrepreneurs - those who can grow innovative businesses.
- Hackerpreneurs - those who can code innovative projects while growing them as successful businesses (the deadliest and most competitive species of all in the ecosystem).
Is there a demo installation that you can look at?
This website is our demo which is fully powered with Anahita and here is where we manage projects, develop code, distributed it and provide support for it. You can apply for a free tribe account to experience how we are using Anahita for our day to day business operation.
What level of technical expertise is required for customizing or developing in Anahita?
What is Anahita's License?
Is Anahita a Joomla! component?
No! Anahita started as a commercial Joomla component years ago, then it was made available as a Joomla distro which was using a stripped down version of Joomla as the container. As of version 4.3 all the Joomla code has been removed from Anahita. Today Anahita is a 100% standalone platform
which is lighter and faster than previous versions.
Where does the name Anahita come from?
The project name and logo were inspired by the ancient Persian goddess Anahita, the divinity of water, wisdom, protection, peace, and fertility. She seeds the worlds with life and grows communities. Anahita Means "The Immaculate One". In the ancient culture water also symbolizes knowledge that freely flows amongst the communities and is necessary for life to continue. Some examples of a similar deity in different cultures would be Venus, Aphrodite, the pagan Eve (mother of all humanity), and the ancient Egypt Hathor. What's certain is that Anahita is a graceful, compassionate, powerful Goddess who is going to liberate the world from ignorance, hate, and oppression.