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eDoorways Accelerates Platform’s Web 3.0 Integration With Move to Drupal

By Scott Clark
on December 1, 2009

The eDoorways Corporation has chosen to rely on Drupal, an Open Source Content Management System written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License, to expedite its Web 3.0 development and delivery of SOLVE version “Beta 2.0” which will include the first incarnation of the platform’s mobile applications.

Sources close to the company indicate that this move has always been a part of the original plan for eDoorways to establish an open API environment. This gives eDoorways an affiliation with many of those developers who are working on Web 3.0.

“Our plan has always been to pursue the Open Source alternative because it gives us increased flexibility and it will allow other developers to integrate into our system, bringing greater value to our service offerings. Drupal has proven itself to be a preferred software for us to use as we build our 3.0 platform and integrate each of our developing doorways into it. We are pursuing a pre-planned, step-by-step design approach that calls for this move at this time. It was originally designed into the development schedule we announced and it will play a large role in our upcoming release of SOLVE.”

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