Dries Buytaert began the Drupal software as a message board in 1999. Within a year or so, more people became interested using and contributing to Drupal, so the project was made open source. Drupal.org came online in 2001, and the Drupal community gained momentum in 2005 with several code sprints and conferences. Read more about the full history of Drupal and Druplicon.
Almost all of our sites are built on the Drupal content management system. Drupal is an extremely flexible open source CMS that enables users to build fully scalable solutions for far less than it would take to create similar functionality from scratch. The beauty of Drupal is that there are literally hundreds of off the shelf modules available for almost anything you'll need. And if they don't exist then our team of experience Drupal developers can create them for you.
Drupal web applications includes:
- Forums – Create a message board and invite user participation
- Blogs – Express personal or corporate news or opinions and allow users to comment
- Mailing list management – Easily keep track of your customers
- Site search – Help visitors find what they want faster
- User profiles – Build an online community and allow private messaging
- Customized Drupal Module in every require drupal version.
- Access statistics and logging
- Multi-level menu system
- Multi-site support
- Workflow tools (triggers and actions)
- Multi-user content creation and editing
- Descriptive URLs