The Drupal Console is a suite of tools run from a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal installation.
Learn about the Drupal Console and what you can do with it.
Drupal Console provides a command line utility for performing common site administration tasks, code generation scaffolding, and a Read-Evaluate-Print-Loop for interacting with your Drupal site. In addition to using the code generation tools for scaffolding new functionality they can also be used as an educational tool to learn about the various parts of different Drupal subsystems.
Drupal Console is no longer actively developed, but it still can provide some valuable tools, not all of which are available in Drush.
While a couple of years old, in this podcast with the core Drupal Console team you will learn about their vision for the project, their evaluation of its core value proposition, and why you should give it a try.
This week on the podcast, Amber Matz chatted with Jesus Manuel Olivas about the Drupal Console project. What is Drupal Console? The Drupal Console is, at this time, a suite of tools that you run on a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation.
The following tutorials demonstrate the use of Drupal Console in various use-cases: