Adopting a framework for developing a solution means adopting a tool that speeds up the delivery of your product to the market. In addition, choosing an open source software platform also means defining the strategy of an agnostic solution of some large player that may discontinue its support while your solution is still in the active development cycle. be able to manage data, users and content completely online, scalable, flexible and expandable.

Used to manage data, users and content in a fully online, scalable, flexible and expandable frameworks serve as a foundation for systems with high data traffic and can even be adapted to virtually any design project. Frameworks are behind large systems such as, the Economic Social Forum, Stanford University and the portal among other important applications.


Open Source: Released as open-source software under the GNU Public License. That means it’s completely free to download, use, and modify: There are no purchase, license, or maintenance fees.

Web Development: default's installation is a database-backed web platform with file maintenance tools and a high level of security. Many developers take advantage of its extensible architecture to go far beyond the “core” package.

Mobile: The future is mobile, and it shines on small screens. Designing responsive applications is an easy task with the various themes available. In addition access to data through WebServices has never been easier thanks to the vast repository of Services modules.

Social: In a multi-user system, letting site visitors log in (as “authenticated” users) or browse the site without doing so (as “anonymous” users). You control their access levels, and can also assign “roles” for multiple permission levels.

Content: It's possibleboth hosts and promotes your content. It can reach out beyond your site to give you a presence on Twitter, Facebook, and in other venues. Built-in features also give search engines what they want, improving your web impact automatically.

Scalable: Proved itself repeatedly in the field on sites with over a million pages, and at over 20,000 requests per second. Its core installation handles over 99 percent of use cases, while free optimization tools and a large base of trained administrators address the other one percent.

Design: Designs come from “themes”, whose visual presentation is described in standard CSS. At central comunity hundreds of free, fully customizable themes, including several “base themes” to help you launch your own designs.

Secure: Used by thousands of high profile web sites and is subject to rigorous security testing both by the community and by security experts around the world. Core code has been proven to prevent common security vulnerabilities such as those defined by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP).

Everywhere: It runs millions of web sites, including many of the world’s biggest. It’s especially strong among major governments and industry-leading enterprises, but is easy enough to be the platform of choice for individuals and small companies.