With more than 200 new features and improvements, the upcoming release of the world’s leading open source web content management platform will win you over.

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Why You Will Love Drupal 8

Drupal 8 will set a new standard for ease of use, while offering countless new ways to tailor and deploy your content to the Web. Easily customize data structures, listings, and pages, and take advantage of new capabilities for displaying data on mobile devices, building APIs, and adapting to multilingual needs.

With a leaner and meaner core, easier migration process from earlier versions, in-place content editing tools and loads more power for modules and themes thanks to a modern Object Oriented Programming (OOP) approach on the backend, there is something for everyone to love in Drupal 8. When will it be released? See the FAQ.

Mobile in its DNA

Deploy content once and watch it display the way you want on any device. Learn more

Multilingual Capabilities

Translate anything in the system with built-in user interfaces. Learn more

New Configuration Management

Transport configuration changes and manage versions with ease. Learn more

Accessibility Integration

Extensive support for standard accessibility technologies including WAI-ARIA and semantic HTML5. Learn more

A Better User Experience

Leverage jQuery UI's autocomplete and modal dialogs to serve your visitors a better experience. Learn more

Built-in Web Services

Build mobile apps with Drupal as the data source, or even post back to Drupal from the client. Learn more

Effortless Authoring

Use the WYSIWYG editor and in-place editing to quickly create formatted content and make changes on the fly. Learn more

Fun and Fast Theming

Build sites quickly with the fast, secure and flexible Twig template engine. Learn more

Views, Out of the Box

Easily customize the front page, listing blocks, and more. Simply create custom admin pages, customize filters, actions, and more. Learn more

Field Power

Drupal 8 includes more field types in core, and lets you attach fields to more types of content like entity reference, link, date, e-mail, telephone, etc. Learn more

Better Markup with HTML 5

The page markup in Drupal 8 is now HTML 5-based. Each output template has simplified elements and classes with native input tools for mobile fields like date, email and phone. Learn more

Industry Standard Approach

Non-Drupal developers can embrace object oriented programming and proven technologies from the larger PHP community. Learn more