The command group represents a grouping of related commands. It can belong directly to the Tooling Platform or be a part of a namespace. A command group that belongs directly to the Tooling Platform is also called a default command group.
The command group needs a name, a short and a long description, a set of commands and a boolean denoting whether the command group has something to do with boilerplates. Most of these properties should be self explanatory. We need to mark a command group that has something to do with boilerplates so that that it can be injected into namespaces that also are related to boilerplates.
Only default command groups marked with whether they have something to do with boilerplates are injected into the namespaces. It otherwise has no effect
A discoverable command group is a command group that does not know about its commands until they have been loaded in at runtime. Otherwise it has all the same properties as the command group.