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    drupal and joomla

    what is the difference between drupal and joomla ?

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    1. Drupal is an open source and free content management software written in PHP for building personal blogs/websites to enterprise applications. It can equally serve as simple website, single/multi-user blog/website, an internet forum, or a community website providing for user-generated content.
    2. Joomla is also an open-source and free content management system (CMS) for publishing web content and developing powerful online applications.
    Joomla is used for professional websites/portals, corporate intranets/extranets, online magazines/newspapers/publications, eCommerce and online reservations, government applications & more

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    Joomla - It is open source. Released on 2003 by mamabo,number of download is 50 millions,no of websites 2.8 millions,market share 13%,no of themes 1000+

    Drupal - It is also open source. Released in 2001 by dreis,number of download is 15 millions,no of websites 750 thousand,market share 8 %,no of themes 2000+

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    Joomla is a free and open-source content management system (CMS). Joomla also uses Object Oriented Programming (OOP) techniques and stores data in MYSQL or MSSQL and other databases, depending on the version. It includes a number of exciting features like RSS feeds, page caching, polls, blogs, printable versions and so on.

    One of the latest open-source CMS-platforms written in PHP, Drupal is a fast-growing platform worldwide. Its web-footprint is higher than 2.3% of all web sites online. It frames everything from blogs to corporate, political, and governmental web pages. Drupal’s first release was in May 2000, with the latest stable release, version 8.3.4, available in June 2017.

    Contact our Programmers.io experts, who will be happy to show you how Drupal and Joomla will enhance your project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seojennifer View Post
    what is the difference between drupal and joomla?

    Hello seojennifer,

    Firstly, we'll discuss what exactly Joomla and Drupal mean and cover their main differences.

    So, the Joomla is a powerful web development tool used in the creation of CMS websites (content management system). It is a user-friendly way to build your website. The Joomla is a free and open-source software for publishing web content on websites.

    While, Drupal is a free and open-source web content management system written in PHP and distributed under the GNU License. Drupal is becoming very popular quickly because it is one of the best CMS available today for the business owners. It has different modules and templates that make it very easy for anyone to build their website quickly.

    The main difference between Drupal and Joomla is that the Drupal offers you more options comparatively, especially if you are having a web development background. However, the Joomla is a bit more beginner-friendly.

    Benefits of Joomla:

    1) Design
    2) Content editing and publishing
    3) Content management + Global & professional support
    4) Integrations
    5) Ease of use
    6) Out-of-the-box SEO
    7) Free open source software & Security Strike Team
    8) Joomla Pricing

    Benefits of Drupal:

    1) Drupal is Truly Powerful
    2) Security of Drupal CMS
    3) The Drupal Community
    4) Drupal Multisite
    5) Performance & Scalability with Drupal
    6) Drupal Speed
    7) Various Modules and Templates

    I hope this information will clear your differences between Joomla and Drupal.


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