Learn how site building and maintenance can benefit from Drush, the Drupal command line shell and scripting interface. Join Jon Peck, author of the lynda.com course Simplified Drupal Sites with Drush as he describes what Drush is, demonstrates how to install it, and how to use it effectively for everyday tasks. Drush is a fantastic daily-use tool without the overhead of the full Drupal GUI and bootstrap, but it has some drawbacks in terms of approachability. The documentation for drush, while thorough and improving, can be intimidating and obtuse for people who don’t live, breathe and code Drupal. drush.org the home page is an example of this; it’s a very useful source of information, but it’s literally dozens of commands and all their arguments displayed on one page. Where should a new Drush user start?
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