Was ist Drupal?
Open-Source-Content-Management-System (CMS), das von einigen der größten Websites wie The Economist und dem Weißen Haus verwendet wird.
Wer verwendet Drupal?
Die Open-Source-Community von Drupal besteht aus Entwickler*innen, Designer*innen, Trainer*innen, Strateg*innen, Redakteur*innen und mehr.
Wo kann Drupal bereitgestellt werden?
Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert
Drupal – Videos und Bilder
Kosten ähnlicher Produkte wie Drupal vergleichen
- Elektronische Formulare
- Optionen zur Inhaltsveröffentlichung
Alternativen für Drupal
Bewertungen über Drupal
Very complete CMS with robuts security features
We use Drupal for most advanced developments we can't do with using Wordpress, it does do its job and way beyond that.
It's a bit more complicated to use than other CMS which requieres more "hard to find" developers with experience on it.
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Drupal is difficult but worth it
Kommentare: It was very difficult to get started with the product but I find the flexibility more than rewarding as I perceive an unlimited ceiling in developing with the product.
Drupal's ability to fit every potential need is what originally drew me to the platform and keeps me developing in it's rich environment.
It's very challenging to get started in Drupal. Naming conventions concerning views, nodes, taxonomy, menu items, panels, modules and tokens can be confusing and particularly overwhelming to a beginner.
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Drupal Was a Decent Option Years Ago but I Would Not Consider it Today
Kommentare: Drupal has been an affordable content management system for us over the years but I wouldn't consider them now based on there being more user friendly options out there.
The Drupal content management system is free and the WYSIWYG ( What You See Is What You Get) editor is helpful for those of us who run a website without much HTML knowledge.
The product is difficult to use with limited coding knowledge. Additionally, there are few plug-ins and the add-ons that do exist are not super reliable as they are essentially created by volunteers.
Drupal is more for advanced users/developer
Kommentare: Initially great as I built the site out, I had to utilize more resources than I wanted or intended. If that was not an issue I may have stayed there but as a smaller company that became an overhead beyond the initial scope of just a time investment.
It was super fast (which I loved) it was very advanced lots of tools. Customization was fairly straightforward. I also felt like at the time is was very flexible giving the me the ability to integrate other content modes (images, video's etc.) with little effort.
The initial learning curve was hard. It's not operate out the box system like other CMS programs. As fast it was initially without constant tweaks as you add to site the load becomes a separate job itself. That fact there forced me to find a pay and developer. Not what I had in mind.
The Best CMS
Kommentare: Excellent. Very nostalgic to think about my journey with this software. I have built countless websites over the years using Drupal, and my experience has been varied.
Drupal is, in my opinion, the best open source CMS available. I have seen it grow since version 4.0 and heavily used it right up until version 7. Drupal 6 was the golden era. There are countless extensions, most of which are completely free and built by a passionate community. If you need a fast, reliable CMS for free, this is the first place you should start.
Since the [SENSITIVE CONTENT HIDDEN] left, things haven't felt the same. It has sadly become more up-market and commercial. However the core software and extensions still remain, and it is still probably the best CMS on the market.