Drupal vs MoonMail: What are the differences?
Drupal: Free, Open, Modular CMS written in PHP. Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. It’s built, used, and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world; MoonMail: Serverless Framework for Email Marketing Using AWS SES and Lambda. Send email marketing campaigns with Amazon SES. Let Amazon Lambda compose email by email and scale it to infinite. You can: create & edit lists of email addresses and store them within a DynamoDB, edit HTML code, send it & track it success.
Drupal belongs to "Self-Hosted Blogging / CMS" category of the tech stack, while MoonMail can be primarily classified under "Email Marketing".
Some of the features offered by Drupal are:
- Categorize with taxonomy, automatically create friendly path urls, create custom lists, associate content with other content on your site, and create smart defaults for content creators
- Manage content with an easy-to-use web interface. Drupal's flexibility handles countless content types including video, text, blog, podcasts, and polls with robust user management, menu handling, real-time statistics and optional revision control.
- Users can be assigned one or more roles, and each role can be set up with fine-grained permissions allowing users view and create only what the administrator permits.
On the other hand, MoonMail provides the following key features:
- Compile and send email campaigns
- Create and store recipients in lists
- Parse (track) opened emails + clicked links within an email
MoonMail is an open source tool with 1.39K GitHub stars and 155 GitHub forks. Here's a link to MoonMail's open source repository on GitHub.
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