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Joomla vs Drupal - Comparision

Discussion in 'Drupal' started by ablaye, Oct 9, 2006.

  1. Torsten

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  2. clandestine

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    Dying community ???? :D Just step out from your comfort zone (Joomla) a little please..
     
    clandestine, Dec 10, 2009 IP
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  4. Torsten

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  5. Torsten

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    What makes you say so?
     
    Torsten, Dec 12, 2009 IP
  6. Marser

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    I use Joomla :) tryed dropal few months ago and I didn't liked it.
     
    Marser, Dec 24, 2009 IP
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    #147
    yes, i'm agree with you
    Joomla has quite SEF now
     
    coreboy, Dec 25, 2009 IP
  8. prabhakar

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    #148
    Drupal is the best CMS.

    Joomla is very limited. It's not as modular as drupal.

    With Drupal, I can create custom content types with different fields, then display those fields as I wish using views. I can set something to happen on certain events, using rules. Then I can use devel module to inspect everything, style almost anything, and the list goes on.

    Drupal modules integrate with each other, they join forces to avoid duplicate modules, and all this is free, unlike Joomla. They check security of modules also

    In Joomla, one needs to pay for everything except barebone. If you need something good, Buy a template, buy a plugin, buy a component, buy a module.

    That's why I like Drupal. I was also liking Joomla in early days, but Once you learn Drupal, you will never leave it.
     
    prabhakar, Jan 4, 2010 IP
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  10. Marser

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    Joomla is the best. I used it a lot of times and i still like it
     
    Marser, Jan 7, 2010 IP
  11. webizpro

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    I used to be a big fan of Drupal until I started using Joomla. Hands down, Joomla really kicks ass. I like it even better than Wordpress. Go figure, ;)
     
    webizpro, Jan 7, 2010 IP
  12. aka_le_Mulder

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    #152
    I've never used Drupal, but I like Joomla so much so I'm thinking of moving my blog to Joomla fro Wordpress.
     
    aka_le_Mulder, Jan 8, 2010 IP
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    for me Joomla is for people with minimal programming knowledge who need to get things done fast and easy, with lots of nice looking templates to choose from. while Drupal is for people with good programming knowledge who need solid & complex websites, custom designs, expandable features and excellent community :D
     
    fransiskus, Jan 9, 2010 IP
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    From the perspective of your average website owner / employee I'd say Joomla, because it is simply far easier to use for the average person.

    As a programmer, I'd still say Joomla, because if I am forced to use a CMS, I prefer one that is actually easy to use, of course my actual preference as a programmer is simply to use RoR or CakePHP where I can knock up sites easier and quicker than I can with Drupal, with far more range, much better performance and that don't give designers a coronary at the though of having to implement their designs on them.
     
    no_idea, Jan 10, 2010 IP
  15. bnandika

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    #155
    2009 was a great year for Drupal

    1. lot of goverment, big companies and big sites name select Drupal as their CMS or convert to Drupal, you can read the news in this article
    2. Drupal win (again) Best Open Source PHP CMS at 2009 Packt Publishing Award
    3. Drupal win (again) Cnet 2009 Webware 100 winners in Social & Publishing category
     
    bnandika, Apr 6, 2010 IP
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    Javed iqbal Well-Known Member

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    I am Javed Iqbal php/myslq/drupal developer. According to my experience as i m workin on drupal from three, it so easy than joomla mostly modules available.
     
    Javed iqbal, Apr 6, 2010 IP
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    I think drupal is the best
    We have to edit and delete a lot of pages when we create a website with Joomla.
    This is not the case with drupal.
    But still people love Joomla.
    It is strange.
    Thanks
     
    ganesh786, Apr 6, 2010 IP
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    #158
    This is not the only thing that makes a CMS better than another, there are lot more things involved as I explained in original post.
    The best thing of drupal is its flexibility.
     
    daringtakers, Apr 6, 2010 IP
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    Your Explanation is good,I think both CMS are good in different functionality.I know that Joomla is for beginner users and drupal is professional.
     
    Mikesloug, Apr 16, 2010 IP
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    compare to wordpress, drupal is best.......
    comapare to joomla, joomla is best...
     
    mdraja123, Apr 21, 2010 IP