Despite the availability of an administrative interface in content management systems, developers love command-line tools. A CLI enables them to do more actions or is just very convenient for tech-savvy minds. Installing modules, updating websites, clearing caches, exporting configurations, and much more is available through clear terminal commands.
Drush (the Drupal Shell) is one of the most convenient and functional assistants of all developers. Those who have already worked with it won't let us lie. Today, our Drupal development team continues to uncover all the power of this command-line utility and UNIX scripting interface for Drupal. Read on if you're interested in learning how Drupal 9 and Drush work together, what benefits it has, and how easy it is to sanitize data with Drush. Well, let's start!