Drupal gets really interesting when plugging projects into it. A project can be a module, a theme, an installation profile, or a copy of Drupal core. The task of downloading, extracting, and enabling a project is one of the most common ones while building a site. Fortunately, Drush comes with a set of commands to help us work with modules effectively: the Project Manager commands. Let's start working with them through examples.
pm-releasenotes are very useful tools for inspecting the details of a project prior to downloading it. In the following example, we will use
pm-releases to list all available releases for the Freelinking module:
$ drush pm-releases --all ...