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Feb 14, 2018

Drupal Console 1.6.0

Drupal Console 1.6.0 is out. The newest release contains bug fixes one new command added to generate site alias. Improved UI/UX when listing commands within a namespace, debugging site alias and chain commands. Twig support added to chains commands.

Jun 27, 2017

The DrupalConsole Launcher is a stand-alone full CLI application.

On the latest DrupalConsole release the Launcher aka the global executable is a stand-alone full CLI application. Yes, it was like this before, but at some point on RC releases when the per-site installation was introduced we removed global commands and most of the Launcher features, but after receiving feedback and analyzing the benefits, we decided to bring back the Launcher as a full CLI application.

 

Jan 03, 2017

Drupal Console RC-13 is out
Latest DrupalConsole RC-13 is out including several changes and fixes. This is a summary of the most notable updates.

Nov 28, 2016

Add DrupalConsole to a project using Acquia Lightning distribution
Lightning is a base distribution maintained by Acquia. In this short blog post you will learn how to fix the dependency conflicts when trying to add DrupalConsole to a project using the Lightning distribution.

Nov 02, 2016

Drupal Console RC-7 is out

The latest RC-7 is out with several bug fixes and a new experimental logger. 

Drupal Console will start recording errors at `path/to/drupal8/console/log/`. 

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Jun 14, 2016

Help us complete the Drupal Console stable release
Why are we asking for help? The Drupal Console as many other Open Source projects is created and maintained with the effort and free time of contributors and maintainers, which is great but, sometimes the community requires those tools earlier than the contributors can produce using only in their own time. One example of that is the Drupal 8 Accelerate program,  d8rules funding program, and D8 Module Acceleration Program with the aim to bring to the community those products as soon as possible, getting money to sponsor contributors office hours to complete those products. Our situation is not so different from other projects, even though the core maintainers have some hours per week sponsored by our employer or business. But this time is not enough, and we need to use our personal time to continue with the development. We need to assign more time to check the issue queue, currently with 200+ pending issues and feature requests, to provide support on the Gitter channel, to do a much better work with the documentation, and improve the test coverage.

May 03, 2016

Drupal Console by the numbers
In this blog post, I will mention some interesting numbers related to the development of this project, between the first commit at Aug 28, 2013, and the day of writing this blog post, May 3, 2016. Keep reading to find how much time had been invested in development, how many tagged released we have done, the number of awesome contributors and number of downloads for this project between others.

Apr 21, 2016

Drupal Console alpha1 is now available
We are so excited to announce the first Alpha release of Drupal Console. Almost three years of working on this project and after 84 releases, almost 86,000 downloads and the awesome help of 169 contributors we released the 1.0.0-alpha1 version.

Apr 20, 2016

Drupal Console and Beer - Enzo join us from Chongqing
This time, enzo join us from Chongqing to talk about upcoming presentations on his enzotour 2016. We also talk about the latest added features in the 0.11.3 release our very last one before the 1.0.0-alpha1 release. The next upcoming release will be tagged once Drupal 8.1.0 got released.

Apr 12, 2016

Drupal Console and Drush collaboration efforts
The Drupal Console team has analyzed the proposal of one of the Drush co-maintainers in the blog post "Modern Command Line Tools for Drupal". We continue to agree to collaborate and share efforts to create libraries that any Drupal CLI project can take advantage of. With that said, we don’t agree with creating a new Drupalisim or a new Drupal way to write symfony/console based commands.
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