Drupal 8 is an open source Content Management System (CMS), which with its modular structure is the perfect CMS solution for “non-technical” users who need flexibility and user-friendly workflows. With a Drupal intranet or website you get a secure, scalable and professional system that offers many features, a high-quality editorial publishing flow and a future perspective.

Why choose Drupal 8?

At Magenta, we use the latest version of Drupal 8 to redevelop quality solutions for our clients. With this, we offer a secure CMS with support and future perspective for any community or private organization.

The user interface is designed for ease of use and also includes a wide range of modules that allow you to customize the system according to your needs and tastes. When you choose Drupal as your CMS, you are not committing to a single or narrow range of providers – which is one of the factors that make the CMS increasingly popular in Denmark.

Different applications

Drupal has a variety of uses, including intranet, website, blog, knowledge base, SoMe, Drupal as a headless CMS, RESTful API integration to other systems, etc.

Very simplistically, we can say that Drupal is a web-based system that users (typically webmasters, web journalists, web editors, etc.) use when they need to publish content on a website or intranet. The system is designed so that users only need to fill in some predefined fields and forms with content, which is usually text, images and documents.

High quality development and future perspective with Drupal 8 and 9

At Magenta, we use the latest version of Drupal 8 and PHP for new development of quality systems – this gives our customers the assurance that they are buying a future-proof system.

  • New initiatives make updates easier and more manageable over the next 5-6 years
  • Drupal 8 as a headless application RESTful web services and JSON: API:
    • Makes it easy to replace the website theme (frontend) or develop mobile apps 
    • Secures the solution for the future and gives customers independence from vendors who do not need to work specifically with Drupal

Core features and enhancements in Drupal 8

Here is a list of the core features and development potential of a Drupal CMS:

Drupal 8 for high quality websites and intranets

As mentioned earlier, Drupal is a modular platform. The core of the system (core) consists of some basic modules (called core modules) that contain the functionalities that are considered essential for a Drupal website. In addition to the base modules, there are several thousand Drupal modules (called contributed modules) that can be put together in different ways to create very diverse systems. These can be, for example:

 How we work at Magenta

At Magenta, we have developed a delivery model that ensures your project goes through the necessary steps to achieve the best possible end result. The model is based on best practices, twenty years of experience with agile IT development and focuses on quality.