How to Use the Command Line to Increase Speed of Development [March 2, 2016]

Mar 03, 2016

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In a world of beautiful graphical user interfaces (GUI), it can be easy to forget (or ignore) the comparatively ugly and boring command line. However, for those of us who have been doing web development for many years, it is often still our go-to place to get things done quickly without the distraction that a dedicated application sometimes provides. With a little bit of tweaking, the command line can actually look pretty too, while at the same time providing useful information.

In this webinar, Dave Myburgh, senior engineer at Acquia, and team lead on, will discuss useful ways to get things done faster by using the command line in Drupal web development.

Attendees will walk away from this webinar with a deeper understanding of:

• Using Git via the command line along with the aid of some visual tweaks
• Managing Drupal sites with drush
• Using SASS and Compass in your themes
• Several small command line tweaks and commands to optimize development

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