A plan for media management in Drupal 8. Today, when you install Drupal 8.2, the out-of-the-box media handling is very basic.
For example, you can upload and insert images in posts using a WYSIWYG editor, but there is no way to reuse files across posts, there is no built-in media manager, no support for "remote media" such as YouTube videos or tweets, etc. While all of these media features can be added using contributed modules, it is not ideal. This was validated by my "State of Drupal 2016 survey" which 2,900 people participated in; the top two requested features for the content creator persona are richer image and media integration and digital asset management (see slide 44 of my DrupalCon New Orleans presentation). This led me to propose a "media initiative" for Drupal 8 at DrupalCon New Orleans.
Best websites with Social Media integration. Whats the Best way to Manage Media? How Media Industry Can Leverage Drupal? FAQs What is Bdaily?
Bdaily is a regional business news website, covering content in the North East, North West, London and Yorkshire. We deliver a daily email bulletin directly to your inbox, featuring the latest news and event listings in your area. On the site we have a main news section, where our journalists publish breaking business news throughout the day. In addition we have a members’ news section, where our members can upload their own stories using the self-publishing platform; this can be news, opinion or advice content. Media in Drupal 8 Initiative [#2786785] Background and Problem Drupal core is an amazing content structuring tool with options to give rich structure to basically everything in the system.
While Drupal core includes basic file and image support, it is a far cry from what a modern web system should support out of the box for media handling. Joomla vs Drupal: Which is Best for News Portals? Joomla is an open source content management system.
It is free to use and also to modify. Its license is GNU General Public License. What is the Best CMS for Creating a social networking site and forums? - Quora.