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Deji Akala

DrupalConsole is a great CLI tool for Drupal 8. As we have seen in our Introduction to DrupalConsole, it is designed for generating boilerplate code and interacting with a Drupal site. The DrupalConsole Launcher executes console commands from the terminal. A console command should be as light as possible and not attempt to do too much. This article assumes you have installed the DrupalConsole Launcher and Drupal 8. Preferably, you should have rea [...]

DrupalConsole is a command line interface (CLI) tool for the generation of boilerplate code, speeding up of administration tasks, and interaction with a Drupal 8 site. A similar tool, Drupal Shell (Drush), grew out of the need for managing Drupal sites from the terminal, which reduces the time it takes to perform numerous administrative tasks, without many clicks and page refreshes in the browser. With the decision to build Drupal 8 on existing [...]