Question by Jeffery Smith: Should I use Drupal or Joomla for my web development needs?
I’m a beginning web developer who has years of experience working with Java and C++. I’ve learned some PHP and MySQL in the past few months, but am nowhere near an expert.
Recently I have come across WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla. WordPress seems too focused on blogging, and none of my clients need blogs. Most of my clients just want basic websites that display information, but I have a few clients that need more complicated things like securely accepting payments, allowing people to register and securely log in to the website to upload their own photos, do advanced searching, and even do things like making basic online training classes. I want to use a CMS that makes it easy to crank out very nice looking websites, yet has more advanced features to do all kinds of things to make a robust and complex website.
How do Drupal and Joomla compare in terms of security and performance?
What would you recommend using, Drupal or Joomla?
Answer by anil kumar
I have used joomla myself..and joomla have most the facility you listed in your question . have wide range of components, modules and plugins. and a larg community support. most of your requirement can be met by joomla i think. you can also give drupal a try.
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