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Which one is better Django CMS or Drupal CMS?

Irina DereliogluIrina Derelioglu subscriber Posts: 10 Bronze Level Member
All we know about the huge discussion among Django and Drupal CMS. Content management system is an essential part of any marketing to achieve business goals. We use Django CMS as it integrates with a variety of applications and meets complex web publishing requirement at the same time Drupal has its advantages. So, what are your thoughts about CMS? Which one is better? Or any other variants of CMS you may offer?


  • balashoffbalashoff subscriber Posts: 15 Bronze Level Member
    edited April 2019
    If do you need just publish some articles CMS like joomls, wp is ok to start but if you like to get business tool I recommend you custom development
  • SmithJohnesSmithJohnes subscriber Posts: 48 Bronze Level Member

    Django and Drupal are both frameworks with dedicated functionality for content management, but there is a key difference between them: Drupal combines aspects of a web application framework with aspects of a CMS. Django separates the framework and the CMS.

    In the question“What are the best CMS for building a multilingual website?” Drupal is ranked 1st while Django CMS is ranked 2nd. The most important reason people chose Drupal is: Drupal is stable, with powerful version control and access control methods and can handle large amounts of traffic.

  • Peter VIPPeter VIP subscriber Posts: 4 Member

    Drupal is pretty much an obsolete platform (look at the market share.) Wordpress is king there.

    Django is very good for building custom applications with special performance considerations.

    If building a simpler site or blog, Django is definitely not the right approach, unless you're a programmer with much experience with it and there are specific use cases Wordpress wouldn't handle gracefully.

  • ch.roy124ch.roy124 subscriber Posts: 15 Bronze Level Member

    The Python-based Django CMS is well-known for being user-friendly, adaptable, and extensible. Since it is developed on top of the Django web framework, customising and integrating it with other Python-based tools is simple.

    In contrast, the PHP-based Drupal CMS is renowned for its scalability, security, and flexibility. There are many modules and plugins available to increase its capabilities since it has a sizable and vibrant community of developers and users. Building big, enterprise-level websites with complicated content and user administration requirements is a fantastic fit for Drupal.

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