You might not have heard about Drupal, but you have most likely visited a site that runs Drupal. Drupal is the new standard for CMS sites. It is a free, open-source and highly sophisticated web development platform for online content, web and mobile apps, ecommerce sites and user communities. Drupal powers some of the most well known high traffic sites out there. It is modular, scalable, powerful and incredibly flexible, can be made into almost anything you can imagine as well as being styled to virtually any visual design a designer could come up with.
Drupal was created over ten years ago and is now in its 7th iteration. It is, was and have always been open source under the GNU Public Licence. It is completely free to download, use and modify to ones needs. There are no licence or maintenence fees involved in using Drupal. Cutting out the high costs of software allows you to spend your money on the experts who are the ones who will create your successful website. You only pay for creative and professional talent when hiring us for a Drupal project. The cost of ownership is also low as there are only maintenence costs, no licence fees.
Web Applications instead of Online Brochures.
Drupal can be customized to do more or less anything that has anything to do with the web. It can be as simple or as complex as you need. It is extraordinarily powerful when it comes to creating web applications. Drupal has an incredible toolkit for logic built in, making it possible to create "app"-like sites that is extremely customizable. We can distill your imagination into achievable specifications from planning, design, launch, managment and growth. It can help you reach an audience beyond your website in Twitter, Facebook, and other social media networks. Drupal also has great SEO from the start, and can easily be extended with cutting edge search engine optimizing tools. You are not locked into a solution as it is completely portable, and expandable into what ever you need it to be.
Who runs Drupal?
Examples of well known sites that run Drupal are: The Whitehouse, Warner Bros Records, The Economist, The Examiner, Amnesty, MTV UK and Ubuntu, A few high profile Swedish sites that run Drupal are: Dagens Industri, Newsmill, Crescent, Elite Hotels, SF Bio, Viasat and TV 3. These are all rather big players, but Drupal is truly perfect for small sites, landing pages, sales campaigns, ticket outlets, you name it. We still argue that Wordpress rules the blogosphere, but for almost anything else, we believe Drupal is the best way to go.
Is Drupal Mobile-friendly?
With mobile web growing exponentially around the world, predicted to surpass desktop and laptops in 2015, Drupal is already ready for mobile and handheld devices, if its done right (which we do). We use all the latest responsive web technology to make our sites responsive and fluid, regardless of which device is viewing the site. Try scaling this window or view the site in your mobile device.
Can Drupal do eCommerce?
With the arrival of Drupal Commerce, enterprise-class eCommerce have arrived on the Drupal scene in a big way! Drupal eCommerce is designed to compete with carts such as CS-Cart and Magento. You can create very complex shop logic, therefore you are not limited anymore to the features of your cart software. Being integrated in a very powerful CMS, Drupal Commerce can do so many things that other shopping carts just is not able to do since they are "only" a webshop. Although highly complex, the interfaces that you see as a store admin makes the site very easy to operate.
Is Drupal Secure?
Since Drupal is trusted daily by by thousands of high profile web sites including government and military, it 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). Click here to see a visual overview on how the Drupal community manages security issues.
Is Drupal scalable?
Drupal has a proven track record of being capable to handle massive load. Some Drupal sites have over 1 million pages, delivering over 20.000 page requests per second. This case naturally requires substantial back-end work such as sophisticated caching, loadbalancing and horizontal scaling of servers and services.
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