Drupal’s content management system allows users to develop, publish, and manage the websites and applications they need to stay connected to their clients. Everything about Drupal is designed to be flexible, with tools that help users build what they need, rather than relying on outdated templates that can’t get the job done. There are thousands of add-ons that allow your content to integrate with just about any other application or software, and you can use modules to increase the overall functionality of your Internet presence.
One of the best parts of Drupal is that it is a completely free content management solution. Anyone can download it, modify it, or share it at any time. There are no licensing or downloading fees, and this has attracted more than one million developers; working together to shape Drupal’s landscape. The more Drupal is downloaded, modified, and used, the stronger the system becomes. Drupal’s community is dedicated to helping new developers through the Drupal forums, and often post tutorials and recipes to get users started with their own customizations.
Drupal’s latest set of core features include the ability to note author content, invalidate content through cache tags, build custom interactions using RESTful web services, HAL, HTTP, and Serialization. You can use Drupal to patch a CRM or other marketing tool, or use it to post to social media or through email campaigns. Users can work with blocks, menus, panels, user profiles, content types, navigation tools, and build websites that include e-Commerce functions, forums, workflow management, search features, and a variety of other important features for consumers. There’s even a mobile guide that helps Drupal users connect with their clients on the go. Security features and permissions allow users to collaborate with their team and enhance performance while keeping all their content backed up and secure.