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Drupal vs Joomla

Discussion in 'Drupal' started by redzventures, May 2, 2011.

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    After having tried Joomla and got confused, frustrated and vexed, I found Drupal and have not looked back ever since. Long live Drupal!
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    Which one do you think is best and easiest to use? Drupal or Joomla?
     
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  2. phluid

    phluid Greenhorn

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    I would say drupal.. It is extremely stable and easy to use. With a small site I might use something different but any big project I have is always built on drupal of which most are ecommerce sites. I wasn't great at this stuff to begin so a friend of mine does all my development work now days and he hates working on anything other than drupal.
     
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    I found that they are both but joomla has many more out of the box modules you can add in.
     
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    Drupal. More flexible when you know how.
     
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    Drupal has the best community support which you must look at seriously.

    Why you should use Drupal Vs Joomla ?

    1) Overall Performance
    2) Efficient and cleaner code ( A Big one - I don't like messing around 100's of files for simple changes)
    3) Extensible and Robust Framework
    4) Granular Access Control
    5) Versioning
    6) Taxonomy ( Just Lovely!!!! )
    7) Scalability

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    bradjohnson, Jun 2, 2011 IP