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When we said we'd introduce you to the ABC's of Drupal we didn't just mean the easy stuff. Here are three C's that will help you understand the power behind Drupal 8.
A week of beignets, beer and learning Drupal! FFW let the good times roll at DrupalCon 2016 New Orleans. In case you missed out, here are four must watch presentations to jazz up your week.
Drupal Console is the new CLI (Command Line Interface) for Drupal. This tool can help you to generate boilerplate code, as well as interact with, and debug Drupal 8. From the ground up, it is built to utilize the same modern PHP practices that have been adopted in Drupal 8.
Last year FFW hired Jesus Olivas, @jmolivas, to work full time on the Drupal Console project because Drupal 8 needs a modern tool set that leverages all the benefits of Symfony. Naturally we are always very happy when other people get excited about it. Bryan Ollendyke, @btopro, is project lead for the ELMS Learning Network. The article below is reprinted with permission from Penn State's Drupal blog.
I am exited to announce I will be speaking at a DrupalCon Los Angeles, this time I will be preseting Speeding up Drupal 8 development using Drupal Console on Thursday
Composer is one of the greatest things that has happened to PHP lately.
Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It allows you to declare the dependent libraries your project needs and it will install them in your project for you.
We know there are at least ten things everyone awaiting Drupal 8 should know about the Drupal Console project. So here they are.
Have some different questions about Drupal Console? Tweet them to us at @ffwagency @jmolivas or me @raysaltini
The Drupal Console is a suite of tools that you run on a command line interface to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation.