At the beginning of June 2020, Drupal 9 was released. Even though you may remember the migration to Drupal 8, it’s high time to get familiar with changes in the CMS ecosystem. What is new in Drupal 9? Is it revolutionary, or maybe it introduces just a little cosmetic change? Let’s find out.
Open-source, fast, secure, easy to integrate. No wonder it’s a top choice for medium and large-scale businesses. We’re fans of Drupal as well for these, and many other reasons.
Drupal is perfectly suited to content management activities. One of the tools which ease adding, editing, or deleting content in this CMS is Drupal CKEditor. What are the key advantages and functionalities of the mentioned text editor? You will find the answer in our article.
Drupal and Joomla are one of the best content management systems that provide high modification possibilities. Both are the Open Source software that can be configured on almost every server. However, each of them has different functionalities and is dedicated to diversified projects.
Drupal is one of the most secure and solid CMSs. Currently, there are nine official versions of the software available on the Open Source basis. The most popular are Drupal 7 and Drupal 8. However, which one is the right choice? Beneath, you will find ten differences crucial from the perspective of your project's development.
The e-commerce market is continuously developing. Sellers have a wide range of technologies and ready-made solutions which facilitate online sales launch. Choosing the right one is not a piece of cake and demands in-depth, time-consuming analysis. Here, we narrow down the discussion to two Open Source solutions – Drupal Commerce and WooCommerce.