How is a Drupal Migration is Different From a WordPress Upgrade? The answer to this starts with the Drupal community. Drupal modules differ from WordPress plugins because every module is able to be reviewed by the Drupal community, leading to a surplus of public information about compatibility, security, and sustainability.
With WordPress, the general rule is that if your budget allows for it, it’s best to avoid community plugins altogether. With Drupal, the risks involved with community contributed modules are almost nonexistent due to the Drupal community review process.
When it comes to Drupal 9 migration, the Drupal community also offers solid answers about whether or not each module (community-contributed or otherwise) will upgrade properly, as well as what you might need to do in order to ensure that module will migrate successfully. Having this information available by the Drupal community can help save web developers a great deal of time and frustration.
The Drupal community also helped determine Drupal’s decision to end Drupal 8 prior to ending Drupal 7. It might seem odd to some that Drupal 8 end-of-life happened in November of 2021, while Drupal 7 end-of-life isn’t due to happen until November of 2023. The reason why is that through Drupal’s involved community, it was determined that setbacks due to COVID caused users to struggle with the more involved 7 to 8 and 7 to 9 upgrades. Drupal used feedback from the community to set back Drupal 7 end-of-life for…
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