Onboard for the Drupal 8 planet!

The journey starts here

The main goal of this site is to speed up the Drupal 8 onboarding process. It reduces the documentation to selected contents and provides updates on the most used Drupal projects, events and learning resources.

Drupal core stable version 8.8.1

launched on December 2019

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The Drupal community


108,821 web engineers

actively contributing

4,000+ core cosmonauts

preparing for the next launch

1,000,000+ websites

currently in orbit

Wanna be part of it? Contribution 101

Drupal is an open source content management framework driving more than 1,000,000 websites like the White House, the French government, Warner Bros. records, the Louvre museum, Lush or Tesla motors. It is also adopted as the primary Content Management System by the European Commission and the Australian governement.

The first release was launched in 2001, it is now maintained by more than 100,000 enthusiast contributors that are building it on top of robust tools and PHP standards.

When shall I use Drupal? A brief comparison of other solutions.


Popular modules

Modules are providing most of the time a single feature. They can work on their own or collaborate with other modules.

  • Webform 90

    Make forms and survey, send notification e-mails, download results.

  • Paragraphs 121

    Do not use WYSIWYG anymore to allow content editors to work as in Medium.

  • GraphQL 40

    This module lets you craft and expose a GraphQL schema for Drupal 8.


Featured distributions

Distributions are a well tested assembly of projects dedicated to a specialized use case.

  • Lightning 40

    A nice place to start if you want to improve the default authoring experience.

  • Contenta 4

    When you need a backend for a React, Ionic, Angular,... frontend. Both distributions are based on the JSON API standard.

  • Commerce 203

    eCommerce framework designed to build flexible applications.


Popular themes

Themes allow you to change the look and feel of the frontend or the backend and can be used as is or via inheritence.