Enhancing Code Quality: Insights from DrupalEasy on cspell and drupalorg CLI

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Michael Anello of DrupalEasy recently shared insights into two valuable tools for Drupal contrib module maintainers in a new blog post. While preparing the Markdown Easy 1.0.1 release, Anello employed cspell, a Node.js spell-checker for code, integrated into default Drupal GitLab templates since February 2024. He explored customizing word lists to enhance the tool's effectiveness. 

Additionally, Anello delved into drupalorg CLI, a command-line interface by Matt Glaman designed to streamline interactions with Drupal.org. The interface provides commands for generating release notes and more. Though initially overlooked, these tools offer significant benefits to Drupal contributors, showcasing their utility and ease of implementation.

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