Although I am a huge fan of WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS), I have a soft spot for another awesome open source CMS platform – Drupal.
After being in development for months, Drupal 7.0 has been released to the public.
In their words,
Drupal 7 is a truly revolutionary release that saw both the size and diversity of our contributor community grow exponentially. Through the formation of and strong coordination among the Usability, Accessibility, and Designteams, Drupal 7 addresses a number of our project’s longest-standing limitations and opens up access for more people to enjoy the strong web publishing framework we have all come to love.
Drupal 7.0 New Features
- Vastly improved administrative user interface thanks to the D7UX movement
- Flexible content and custom fields
- Better visual presentation and theming with Render API
- Accessibility is greatly improved
- Image support is now included
- Automated code testing
- Improved database support
- Better distribution support
- Support for the Semantic Web through RDFa markup
- Over 850 Drupal 7 contributed modules have met their #d7cx pledges.
Check out the Drupal 7.0 home page for latest new features, videos, etc. Here is video on the new release