If you're a keen user of the Viaduct console, you'll likely find that you usually open up a console and run the same command over and over again.
Our new Console Aliases feature allows you to create aliases for your most frequently commands. As a Rails user, I find that I use
bundle exec rails console a lot so aliasing this to
console will save my fingers some typing!
Console aliases are configured on a per-application basis and you can add them from the Config menu. Once you've added your aliases, be sure to deploy to ensure they're configured for your application.
The Viaduct built-in templates will also automatically add useful aliases for some types of applications (including Rails apps).
Pro Tip: Viaduct includes built-in aliases for opening up console access to your Viaduct databases. Just enter
db-kiwi to open the console. Obviously, be sure to replace the fruit with the name of the database you'd like to connect to.