Drupal is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) developed in PHP. Created in 2001 by Dries Buytaert, Drupal is used for the creation of websites and web applications with basic to complex functionalities supplemented by modules.
It is used by many government agencies, institutions and even more by the media such as France TV, BBC and MTV UK.
Since its version 8, Drupal has been migrated to Symfony in order to open up to the developer community and take full advantage of PHP's object programming.
Popularity: a very large community will enable you to find support easily, or to find specific needs that one of the users may have had to do.
Performance: Its structure and good configuration make it very powerful, enabling it to support the load of a landing page or even more with an e-commerce site.
Flexibility: Drupal has a wide variety of modules that can be adapted to all types of business needs.
Positioned between a CMS and a framework, its flexibility means that anyone can build a website according to their requirements, whether they are a developer or just a user.
Security: Its open-source distribution means that Drupal is constantly being improved. It is regularly updated to keep up with security vulnerabilities and technological advances in its components.
Accessibility: With visible structured metadata for screen readers and editorial options to drive the creation of accessible content to reach people with disabilities.