Drupal's Functions, Features, and Global Impact


Mochiken's blog post introduces Drupal, an open-source CMS developed in PHP, emphasizing its versatility for both personal and corporate websites, with a notable global usage of one in 30 websites as of 2024. The article covers Drupal's features, including centralized content management, approval workflows, multilingual support, a range of extensions, and robust security measures. 

It also mentions drawbacks, such as the limited availability of Japanese documentation due to Drupal's smaller market share in Japan. Examples of prominent users like NASA and Kyoto University highlight Drupal's widespread adoption, aiming to offer a concise yet comprehensive overview of its functionalities in web development.

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