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Drupal 8 is coming soon? The White House, Georgia.gov, The Economist etc. uses Drupal.

Discussion in 'Drupal' started by domainvale.com, Nov 12, 2013.

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    With all these great brands using Drupal, will you use Drupal for your next project or Wordpress, Joomla. Let us know your reasons. I have use all and am in love with all of these powerful CMS Platforms.
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    domainvale.com, Nov 12, 2013 IP
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    Drupal, as it can easily handle my requirements (particularly custom content types, views, and similar). Joomla and WordPress just fail miserably (it would be possible, but with a lot more work) for anything more than a simple site/blog (even then, if it's a few page site then a purely HTML solution might be better).
     
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    I've been using Wordpress since 2005 and have never really been happy with it. I like Drupal and Expression Engine a lot better for their ability to provide an easy-to-edit site to clients. I also prefer their methods for handling custom content types. For simple sites I've been using a static site generator called Jekyll to output static HTML/CSS pages. I probably won't be using Wordpress anymore.
     
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