PROBESEVEN - Drupal, a Free and Open Source CMS: P7 Talk of the Week

This week, the principal element of discussion at PROBESEVEN is on working with Drupal, Open source content management framework.

SeminarDrupal has very powerful extensions (modules) offered for FREE which easily integrates and follow very solid principles of security and architecture. Drupal has a concrete architecture which build a friendly and highly professional community to back you up.

Keynotes of the Presentation:

  1. Setting up a Blog on Drupal is quite easy with a package of features available to customize.
  2. Some of the most used modules settings is allowed to reuse for developers including CCK, Views, Panels and more.
  3. Distributing features of Drupal allow developers to share their configurations to customers and developing sites.
  4. Drupal provides better content management system to handle contents at ease.
  5. Drupal has reliable options for new user accounts and user permissions and each role can be set up with fine-grained permissions allowing users view and create only what the administrator permits.
  6. No custom programming is required to build internal and external-facing websites and can be built in few hours.
  7. Drupal makes it easy to connect your website to other sites and services across the web, using aggregation, feeds, and search engine connection capabilities.
  8. Drupal’s presentation layer allows designers to create highly usable, interactive experiences that engage users and increase traffic.

Summary of the Seminar:

  • Inventive solutions like: CCK, Views, CTools Exportables/Features etc.
  • Flexible architecture
  • Proven-record of instant adoption of the newest technological trends like: linked-data/RDF, NoSQL database support etc.
  • Distributions like: OpenPublish, OpenAtrium, DrupalCommons, OpenScholar etc.
  • Very huge repository of freely available modules &
  • Dynamic community.


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