Drupal // is a free and open source software application that is installed on servers. When installed and configured, Drupal helps people make websites that are secure, safe, and stable. Drupal also allows users to share modules with each other. Modules are like building blocks that when installed make new features available.
|Original author(s)||Dries Buytaert|
|Initial release||January 2001|
8.1.9  / 3 August 2016
|Size||64.9 MB (uncompressed Drupal 8 core) |
|Type||Content management framework, Content management system, Community and Blog software|
|License||GPLv2 or later.|
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