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Discussion on: Why I'm leaving Drupal for Laravel

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Wendy Stocker Author

Thanks! There are some very good things about Drupal, like a non-developer can make simple changes without touching a bit of code. However with that much control over the administration area, keeping multiple DEV/PROD environments esp with multiple developers in sync is a nightmare. IMO they really haven't found a good way of handling that even with Drupal 8. I come from a background of CakePHP and CodeIgnitor before Laravel hit the scene. So it will be nice to go back to my MVC roots!