Deciding on a CMS these days is not a simple task. There are many things to take into account and lot at stake.
The new, stable version 2.0 of Droopler – Droptica’s Drupal-powered distro is coming soon, offering numerous new features aimed primarily at corporate websites. You can already test the new release at demo.droopler.com, you can also install the latest beta version, which is available at drupal.org and github.com.
Choosing the right technology to build your business website is always difficult since you always have to find the sweet spot between the cost of deployment, quality and ease of subsequent updates. In order to meet the needs of small and large enterprises, we embarked to design a Drupal 8-based Droopler distribution. Why is it worth taking it for a spin?
07.06.2019Business & PMDroopler
Modern websites in big organisations are important pieces of business processes. Redesigning or rebuilding them is usually a complex project which has to be meticulously planned to be done right. It often comes as a surprise even to the companies themselves just how important the website is and how many things have to be taken into account.
Droopler 1.4 is now available and you can download it right now! Personally, I’ve been testing the 1.4-rc version on Droptica’s websites for a number of weeks and I can honestly say that the new version is a great improvement in terms of editing work. Finally, creating long and beautiful websites in Drupal is a simple and pleasant affair.
At Droptica we have always wanted to solve the problem of time-consuming creation of Drupal 8-based small pages from scratch. Finally, we have been able to achieve satisfactory results with Droopler. Version 1.3 is even better.
An event website can be a big challenge. Usually, you will have to do it quickly and cheaply, while ensuring its high quality. After all, the prestige of the event and, consequently, the high turnout of guests and visitors, depends directly on its quality. How to reconcile a tight budget with great quality? If you are looking for a good solution to this conundrum, you can go with Droopler, Droptica’s distribution based on Drupal.