Drupal is a modular, open source web content management framework that ships with basic functionality in the form of core modules. For the most part, you add new functionality with third party modules (known as contributed modules) that can be downloaded from Drupal.org. At some point you may find limitations. You may want to modify functionality in a contributed module or core. You may want to move your configuration to code, or access an external data source.
You want to get to know the popular open source CMS Drupal and use it in future websites or projects? Learn about the different opportunities of Drupal. With the large variety of modules there are literally no limits. This training gives you an overview of different use cases like presentations, editorial systems, intranets, community sites or shop systems.