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    "love this tool"

    by spoorti on May 30, 2016 12:23 AM

    Summary:
    open source for PHP

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    Version Reviewing: 6

    "Great"

    by Victoria11674 on May 27, 2016 5:55 AM

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    Drupal is one of the best content management systems (CMS) around. In fact, it has won the Best PHP 2009 Open Source CMS Award and is a 2009 Webware 100 winner for the third time in a row. For about 9 years now, Drupal has been providing users with one of the best and most versatile frameworks around.

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    • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 6

    "half done"

    by saroj kishan on May 31, 2013 1:23 PM

    Summary:
    can do better

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    • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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    Version Reviewing: 7

    "Secure, stable and flexible"

    by BertVK on Apr 11, 2012 11:59 AM

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    Drupal is like a box of lego blocks. You get a pretty simple base plate with limited functionality on which you add building blocks to get the application to do exactly what you want. This gives the user/developer a LOT of flexibility and allows you to use the same framework to provide a solution to almost any web site challenge. Of course, finding the right building blocks is not always easy, but the very helpful community is ready to help you out. On top of that there is tons of on line documentation and HowTos.
    Developing in Drupal is very straightforward. The API is very well documented and doesn't leave a lot to be desired. Developing your own functionalities, whether it's for a custom theme or a specialized module, is just a matter of reading the plentiful docs. Once you get a grip on how Drupal is set up it's all pretty straight forward.

    The core system of Drupal has a dedicated security auditing team. These guys and gals look for vulnerabilities and advise the core developers on how to fix them. Not a lot of open source applications have this focus on security. They also do check out modules and provide security advise to the maintainers.

    Drupal is used by a lot of fortune 500 companies and even whitehouse.gov uses it. It's very scalable and easy to maintain. Like most flexible applications you have to do some reading to get used to the way things are done, but once you get past the initial hurdles, you never look back.

    Very much recommended!

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    Version Reviewing: 6

    "no"

    by Lakha4363 on Nov 3, 2011 1:12 AM

    Summary:
    hh

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    "Average results from an average CMS"

    by Hurley1 on Sep 27, 2011 7:11 PM

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    Drupal is okay when it comes to building a web site, but Joomla has it beat for being a robust tool that really helps you get pages coded, tested and posted. I tried Drupal as an experiment while working on a new blog I wanted to post. Again - it was okay and I eventually got the blog up and published, but I found it cumbersome and not very intuitive.

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