Drupal

drupalDrupal is an open source content management system which is written in PHP and can be used as a backend system for blogs, general websites, and corporate sites. It is also used for knowledge management and business relationships. It is possible to publish, organize, and manage any content on a website using Drupal. Drupal is a CMS with bigger scope where in it has more advanced features and capability of holding larger amounts of data when compared to WordPress and Joomla.

We have the expertise to develop Drupal applications which can be managed by administrator to give user privileges to the users and also accessibility to anonymous users. Drupal’s taxonomy helps the complete system to be organized using the keywords from the content. Also, apart from core modules implementation we have the expertise to extend the core if required

Drupal is open

Drupal has been created and released as open-source software under the GNU Public License. It is completely free to download, use, and modify: There are no purchase, license, or maintenance fees.

Drupal is web development

Drupal’s default installation is a database-backed web platform with file maintenance tools and a high level of security. Many developers take advantage of Drupal’s extensible architecture to go far beyond the “core” package.

Drupal is social
Drupal is a multi-user system, letting site visitors log in (as “authenticated” users) or browse the site without doing so (as “anonymous” users).

Drupal is content
Drupal both hosts and promotes your content. Drupal’s built-in features also give search engines what they want, improving your web impact automatically.

Drupal is scalable
Drupal has proven itself repeatedly in the field on sites with over a million pages, and at over 20,000 requests per second. Its core installation handles over 99 percent of use cases, while free optimization tools and a large base of Drupal-trained administrators address the other one percent.

Drupal is secure
Drupal is used by thousands of high profile web sites and is subject to rigorous security testing both by the Drupal community and by security experts around the world. Drupal’s core code has been proven to prevent common security vulnerabilities such as those defined by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).