Description de Drupal
Un CMS en open source utilisé par certains des plus grands sites web au monde comme celui de The Economist et de la Maison-Blanche.
Qui utilise Drupal ?
La communauté open source de Drupal regroupe des développeurs, concepteurs, formateurs, stratèges, éditeurs, etc.
Où peut-on déployer Drupal ?
Drupal en vidéos et en images
Comparez le prix du logiciel Drupal avec ses alternatives
Fonctionnalités - Drupal
- Formulaires électroniques
- Gestion des documents
- Mise en forme de texte
- Options de publication de contenu
- Outils de collaboration
- Recherche en texte intégral
Alternatives à Drupal
Avis sur Drupal
Alternatives envisagées :
Drupal is a fantastic CMS
Commentaires : I like it a lot but because of their update cycle it should only be used on projects that have a lifespan of 5 years or less.
Views is the best thing about Drupal. Pre-Views, Drupal is a decent CMS, perhaps a bit more logical than WordPress, but with a lot less users it's hard to justify it. However with Views, you can make advanced applications with a pretty easy to learn interface. It's really, really close to a visual programming language, although there are still some things you'll need to break out the code for. I also really appreciate that most of the modules don't make too many assumptions. With WordPress, I constantly have to fight against styling and strangely formatted HTML inserted by plugins, and that's less common with Drupal modules.
It requires a fairly beefy hosting setup and a good caching setup to perform well. I also strongly, STRONGLY dislike that sites created five years ago now HAVE to be rebuilt, or they are not secure. That may be fine for enterprise, but it sucks for someone who makes lots of small sites for small businesses. Platforms should be supported for at least ten years IMO, the web has been stable for a while now and there's no good reason to force complete rebuilds. WordPress does this better and manages to continually keep sites upgradeable without a rebuild.
Alternatives envisagées :
Good Content Management Platform
Commentaires : Overall we’ve had a good experience with Durpal. Once we have a site published our marketing teams who aren’t technical users can self serve and manage their content. This feels up our IT staff to focus on more complex issues and gives marketing full control of their content.
Durpal is a powerful and easy to use platform. It has a fairly easy to understand GUI that can be used by users of various levels of technical skills for content and website management
Durpal has its limits and it’s important you don’t make make things more complex than needed. We found that when used for more simple sites it works well but if you have multiple layers of data it may be best to use a different platform.
Drupal is not ideal for websites that update content minute-by-minute
Commentaires : While Drupal was good at first, the continual upgrades often rendered our site unstable and it ceased to be cost-effective to keep up with upgrades .
Initially, Drupal operated well and suited our needs.
Limited formatting options, image library significantly slower as the library grew, and updates were cost prohibitive.
Highly robust CMS
I have been a Drupal fan for years. Drupal is an open source CMS that has been around for a long time. It is very popular in the web industry for its flexibility and robustness along with the community that supports the software. The software is very well-known for being highly customizable and it is constantly evolving. It allows you to create any kind of website you want, and you can even create one with unique functionality that is not available with other platforms. The community surrounding Drupal is also very strong.
Drupal is a very powerful and flexible platform. However, it can be difficult to get started in Drupal if you are not familiar with its many nuances. If you are not a web developer, then you might want to hire a developer or a Drupal agency.
The Best CMS
Commentaires : 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.