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Score 7 out of 10
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8
The time and money invested into this platform were too great to discontinue it at this point. I'm sure it will be in use for a while. We have also spent time training many employees how to use it. All of these things add up to quite an investment in the product. Lastly, it basically fulfills what we need our intranet site to do.
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Score 9 out of 10
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I have not found a better solution to common CMS goals than Drupal. Not only am I actively pressuring a drive to use Drupal more (and WordPress less), I would likely look for another position if our use of Drupal were not to increase. Having long overcome the initial learning curve, this is an incredibly cost-effective method to develop websites necessary to accomplish a variety of business goals.
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Ryan Gibson profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Drupal will continue to evolve and adapt as technology does so. I'm confident that it will continue to meet real needs for real businesses. Although it's possible that solutions will be provided for specific needs, Drupal will always have the advantage of being able to evolve, adapt, and customize to meet new needs.
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Score 9 out of 10
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9
Drupal continues to innovate on the content management front in that they are pursuing default mobile theming in the next iteration as well as continuing the complete customization. There are some things that they are adding to the default code base which I may not like or agree with, but overall, it continues to be a steady product with a steady stream of users and developers.
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Billy Barker profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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8
I really like Drupal, and besides the one major issue with not being able to update from version 6 to version 7 and I am happy to continuing using it. Hopefully as time goes on they will make it easier to upgrade or provide better tools for mid-level web designers like myself to build out new sites without the help of expensive 3rd party's.
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Ruben Teijeiro (rteijeiro) profile photo
December 05, 2014

Future of Drupal

Score 10 out of 10
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10
Drupal 8 will be released this year and it will be the best content management framework ever. It includes libraries and components, like Guzzle and Twig, that are widely used and maintained by Symfony community. This collaboration between OpenSource communities is what makes products like Drupal a big piece of software.
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Sara Johnston profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We have been using Drupal for 7 years and do not intend to stop using it in the foreseeable future. It provides all the tools we need in order to provide our clients with an outstanding online presence that is easy for them to manage.
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October 01, 2013

Why use Drupal

Score 10 out of 10
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- Huge community support.
- No cost of licensing, its free and open source.
- Frequent release cycle helps keep the software updated.
- Large developer community.
- Easy to scale - it's secure and flexible enough to extend it.
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November 11, 2015

Drupalize it!

Score 10 out of 10
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We are going to continue to utilize Drupal for years to come. Drupal is continually being made to be more user friendly and continues to lead the open source community with support and an ever-growing user base. It seems that every time a major release is finalized the community has already started to work on the next. To me, this shows the commitment to creating the best platform on the market and not being satisfied with mediocrity.
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December 11, 2014

Drupal for the win

Score 8 out of 10
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It is very easy to handle, that's reason enough to keep using it.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Role-based user permissions (57)
9.0
API (53)
8.6
Internationalization / multi-language (46)
8.7
WYSIWYG editor (55)
7.8
Code quality / cleanliness (59)
8.0
Admin section (60)
8.4
Page templates (59)
7.8
Library of website themes (50)
6.6
Mobile optimization / responsive design (56)
8.6
Publishing workflow (59)
8.5
Form generator (57)
7.8
Content taxonomy (56)
8.3
SEO support (55)
8.2
Bulk management (53)
8.2
Availability / breadth of extensions (53)
8.3
Community / comment management (53)
8.3

About Drupal

Drupal is a free and open source content management system written in PHP that competes primarily with Joomla and Plone. The standard release of Drupal, known as Drupal core, contains basic features common to content management systems. These include a dashboard with a menu management system, RSS feeds, page layout customization and themes to aid this, and system administration tools. Drupal offers access statistics, more advanced search features, caching and feature throttling (to improve performance if needed), descriptive URLs, multiple users with controllable privileges, access control and restrictions, and workflow tools (triggers). There are over 30,000 addons or modules to expand Drupal's functionality.



Categories:  Content Management

Drupal Integrations

Drupal Competitors

Joomla!, Kentico, Plone, Magnolia (V5 and later versions)

Drupal Technical Details

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Mobile Application:No