The Drupal Console is a suite of tools run from a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation. From the ground up, it has been built to utilize the same modern PHP practices which were introduced in Drupal 8.
The goal of this session is to how, when and where to use Drush and Drupal Console to speed up the Drupal 8 site building.
Through this session you will learn how to interacting with your Drupal using Drush and Drupal Console.
Drupal 8 is more technically advanced when compared to earlier versions. Writing a module involves a lot of understanding about coding pattern. There are also a lot of things you need to know and do just to get started building a new module. Fortunately Drupal Console provides a number of commands for creating module scaffolding and boilerplate code.
During this session, attendees will learn:
What is the Drush & Drupal Console?
Why Drupal Console?
When and Where to use Drush & Drupal Console?
Benefits, Features and Capabilities of Drush & Drupal Console
How to install and use Drupal Console?
How to create a new console command?
How to speed up your drupal 8 development using Drupal Console and Drush?
How to develop integrations for Drupal Console (custom commands for contrib modules).
How to use Drupal Console to learn Drupal 8?
How does Drupal Console help