Drush is a command line interface for your Drupal site. It allows you to perform common administrative tasks in a scripting environment. Using Drush you can do things like clear your cache, import configuration settings, create new users, and enable modules from the command line. Once you become familiar with Drush you will find yourself doing a lot less clicking through your site's backend during development.
composer require drush/drush
- Perform common site administration commands from the command line.
- Speed up and improve your daily development workflow.
- Automate common repetitive manual tasks (like importing configuration files) during the deployment process.
Our Drush tutorials have been updated and tested with the latest version of Drush. Some tutorials have alternative commands for Drush 8 (an older version of Drush, before major API changes were implemented).
Installation documentation (drush.org)
- This is the official installation documentation for the various versions of Drush. Note the caveat about Drush 9 installation. Starting with Drush 8, the recommended installation method for Drush is using Composer. This also means that you have a separate installation of Drush within each codebase.
All Drush documentation (docs.drush.org)
- This will illustrate the various Drush commands you can use once you have the tool installed and available on your system.
GitHub repository (github.com)
- This is where the actual Drush codebase and issue tracker live. The documentation available here in the README.md contains links to the installation and general documentation mentioned above, as well as several additional resources.
Drush Commands (drushcommands.com)
- A community resources with Drush commands from various versions, including commands added with popular contributed modules. (Commands new to Drush 10 are probably not going to be listed here. But there's a lot of overlap between Drush 9 and 10.)