Drupal is one of the most best open source software. Specifically created for the content management system (CMS) framework, Drupal has several unique features that make it very different and much more powerful than its other CMS counterparts. Scripted in PHP and generated under General Public License, Drupal has become a preferred choice of developers in recent years. Since it is free of any licensing costs, more and more business enterprises are choosing Drupal for building their websites and other web applications. The market share of Drupal is around five percent and it powers 2.2 of the total websites on the virtual platform. Even though, it is ranked quite behind WordPress in terms of popularity and downloads, Drupal has built a great reputation for being a robust tool for building complex websites and applications. This open source CMS is meant for enterprise usage and that is why it powers websites of The Economist, BBC, NBC, Mint, Arizona University, MTV UK, Amnesty International, University of Oxford and more.
The story of Drupal’s beginning starts from the University of Antwerp when the students Dries Buytaert and Hans Snijder created a collaborative news board with wireless bridge for connecting with friends and for