TYPO3 and Drupal – indeed they both are very popular Open-Source Content Management Systems (CMS). Yes, all of these are built on PHP and MySQL. Do you think these can be used interchangeably? Well my friend, not really. There is a difference between these and depending on your business needs you need to choose the most appropriate one.
In this short microblog post, check out the key differences and trends between TYPO3 VS Drupal. You are still here and reading this article, it means you are a very curious person to explore something exciting ;) Let’s go!
Faster as compared to Drupal
Ease of Use
Harder to set up as it is made
for those who already have
excellent development skills.
Need technical advanced skill Level
to learn and use than with TYPO3
The highest level of security is
the most secure CMS
Built with enterprises in mind,
it comes with many multisite
Built-in multisite features but not
always the most comfortable to
use as with complex setup
Multilingual with 51+ language
Multilingual with 100+ language
It requires regular updates and
overall maintenance is costly and
Difficulty maintaining and upgrade
high-end websites with Drupal
requires considerabletime investment.
Easy to use TYPO3 plugins with
Drupal modules are much more developer
-focused. You’ll find various solutions to
expand the APIs, set up additional tokens
for devs, do more advanced user
management, and so on
Smaller community but you
can always learn more and
get help from here
Moderate community, hundreds of forums
and so many blogs.You can get help from
Sony, Philips, Mercedes, Korber,
Hitachi, 3M Co, Saint Gobain SA,
Cobra, Tesla Motors, Whole Foods,
Timex, Nokia, etc
Thanks for reading my blog, I hope you found it exciting and learning something about TYPO3 ;)
Of course, I’m not saying “TYPO3 or Drupal is bad”, but ultimately choosing the CMS depends on your choice and your business needs. While both the CMS TYPO3 and Drupal are suitable for small to large to enterprise-level of the platform, if you are a little convinced with the comparison as mentioned above and the features of TYPO3, then give a little try - I’m sure you will be more than happy :)
And, In the below comment box, Feel free to write any questions to initiate your TYPO3 journey. I’ll be pleased to assist you!