Is Drupal a viable solution for my website? Please see the documentation Getting Started before posting.

Set fee to lower role vendors for selling products using website

Hello to forum.
This answer exists in my mind and efforts for few days.
I want to build a website as a marketplace, with the ability to have members that post to sell their products using the website.
A piece of the money that are depotited in checkout for product sale, is kept by the website as a fee for each sale of each user/seller.
This way, the website will work as a portal to login and sell your product.
Similar websites are http://www.ebay.com/

Drupal compatibility with Oracle Enterprise Linux (7.2 or higher)

Hi Guys,

Till right now I have used Drupal with Cent OS, Ubuntu and Redhat linux flavours nicely.
How is it compatible with Oracle enterprise linux 7.2 or the higher?
I think it should work nicely, but will like to have some reviews if any one have already implemented it.
Any documentation or compatibility matrix links will be a great help.

Thanks in advance friends :) !
Mehul

Using Drupal as a support portal for a FB community

Hi chaps,

I'm having feelings about building a project using Drupal and I thought I'd better ask the community before getting hands on, so I'd basically love to hear opinions. Quick background:

Question about Drupal as CMS

Hey guys! Im a Junior web developer, and i have some questions about Drupal..

First of all, excuse me for my bad english, i don't dominate it well yet.

I can make a website or web application with a framework as Laravel or AngularJS, and make the post or notices section
with Drupal as CMS?

If you guys have any suggest, its really appreciated.

Thanks.

Install Drupal with composer

Hi,

Which command to use to install Drupal:

composer create-project drupal/drupal my_site_name 8.1.*@dev

or

composer create-project drupal-composer/drupal-project:~8.0 my_site_name --stability dev --no-interaction ?

Thanks

CMS solutions are barely discussed in web development anymore

I'm not sure how to frame this question without getting a lot of pushback but as I try to study technology solutions for my small business project, I realize there is little discussion about CMSs in developer circles anymore. I know trends change but there's something surprising to me about it. If and when I try to research content management systems, Wordpress obviously pops up as the most popular product. Other than that it's Django (technically a framework) and Drupal.

I find this frustrating for a few reasons.

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