Managing Drupal Translations: The Role of Drush Commands


A recent article on DrupalSapiens outlines the importance of keeping Drupal translations up to date by utilising two essential Drush commands: drush locale:check and drush locale:update. Emphasizing Drupal's multilingual capabilities, it addresses the complexities of managing translations in a team environment and stresses the role of Drush in this process. 

The piece, authored by Juan Delgado, underscores the importance of regularly executing these commands to ensure accurate and current multilingual content on Drupal websites.

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