During past BADCamp sprints I was showing some of the latest DrupalConsole features to Mauricio Dinarte.
One point we know need more love and atenttion at DrupalConsole project is to increase the test coverage. Even when I had some previous experience using tools like PHPUnit and Behat.
The Drupal Console is a suite of tools that you run on a command line interface (CLI) to generate boilerplate code and interact with a Drupal 8 installation.
This project takes the Symfony Console component and makes it available on Drupal 8.
I am exited to announce I will be speaking at a DrupalCon Los Angeles, I will be preseting Speeding up Drupal 8 development using Drupal Console on Thursday, May 14th
DrupalConsole is under heavy development and we are constantly adding new features based on project needs and user feedback.
One of the most recent feature is the capability for commands to call other commands.
Drupal Console has been evolving a lot since project inception back in 2013 in DrupalCamp Costa Rica.
You can read the first part one of this blog post at Blink Reaction blog site when it get released. For now you can read it at this blog at http://jmolivas.com/2014-a-year-of-contributions