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Install-Module PowerShell Universal Dashboard
Custom elements can be created with the new
To create a custom element in PowerShell, you use New-UDElement to define the HTML tags and attributes you’d like to use. Here is an example of defining a Materialize chip view New-UDElement.
You can then use that the New-UDChip cmdlet in your dashboard or share it with others so they can too!
The resulting dashboard component looks like this.
For more examples of a PowerShell-based custom elements, visit the UniversalDashboard.MaterialDesign GitHub repository.
Documentation on custom elements can be found here.
Themes can now be selected with the
Get-UDTheme cmdlet. There are 6 built in themes to choose from. Themes can then be provided to the
Here is an example of using the Azure theme with a dashboard.
The resulting dashboard looks like this.
You can create custom themes with
New-UDTheme. You can also base your custom theme on a built in theme to modify only certain colors.
Creating new themes based on existing themes is as easy as this.
Documentation on themes can be found here.
- #216 Themes
- #234 Colors for CollapsibleItem
- #235 Active Parameter of New-UDCollapsibleItem not working
- #236 Have to click twice to expand a CollapsibleItem for the first time after page has been loaded
- #237 Not all icons are working
- #243 Erroneous HTTP Warn when Certificate is supplied in 1.3.0, 1.4.0-Beta2
- #245 New-UDCard Content Option
- #248 Microsoft Authentication throws a 500 error
- #249 Page Name Whitespace Replacement
- #252 Json is returned when visiting /login
- #253 REST APIs are not working in 1.4.0 beta
- #259 Empty UDGrid – MAX_SAFE_INTEGER is not defined
- #260 JSON text returned after close/resume session