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.
In this episode, Amber Matz talks with Jesus Manuel Olivas, one of the maintainers of the Drupal Console project. Drupal Console brings the Symfony Console component to Drupal 8 and provides code generation and module scaffolding commands as well as commands for interacting with a Drupal 8 installation. Extended notes and resources are on the Drupalize.Me blog.
One of the key benefits of using Drupal as a content management system (CMS) is the flexibility and agility it allows for your content.
I've had the experience of using DrupalGap to take this to the next level, applying the same level of ease to creating mobile apps.
DrupalGap is an open source application development kit for Drupal websites.
Essentially, it allows developers to create mobile apps which communicate with their Drupal websites.
An intuitive and clean system, it's also perfectly geared up for use with headless Drupal.
Agile and seamless
One of the advantages of using DrupalGap was the speed and ease with which I could use it to create a mobile app using web tech.
This can be an unseemly process using some of the other tools on the market.
With the new Drupal 8 release on the horizon and a few of our dedicated Drupalers participating in this weekend's DrupalCamp London, we thought it was a good time to look at the benefits of using Drupal 8 for both marketers and technologists.