Universal Dashboard, meet ReactJS

PowerShell Universal Dashboard has had a major injection of ReactJS. The latest version completely replaces the static HTML, JavaScript and CSS generation with a ReactJS-based single page application. The new version is built using the new version of ReactJS released last week. The new version no longer relies on deploying temp files and abstracts the […]

Introducing PowerShell Pro Tools Universal Dashboard – Cross-platform, web-based dashboards

PowerShell Pro Tools has some great features for building user interfaces. Until now, these tools are focused on building Windows desktop applications. Today, I’m happy to announce the first release of the PowerShell Pro Tools Universal Dashboard. Install-Module UniversalDashboard This PowerShell module is focused on a web-based dashboard experience. The module itself is cross-platform and […]

PowerShell Module Packaging with Merge-Script

In the JavaScript world, tools such as WebPack, allow developers to pull in various packages from sources, such as NPM, and produce a single JavaScript file containing all the dependencies. Once bundled, the script can be deployed and updated easy and relies little on system state. In the PowerShell world, we have a similar package […]

New Cmdlets in the PowerShellProTools module

Today, I released an update to the PowerShell Pro Tools PowerShell module. Before today the module was only capable of packaging. As of today’s release, you can also convert code using two new cmdlets within the module. Code Conversion Cmdlets ConvertTo-PowerShell ConvertTo-PowerShell, as you may have guessed, converts C# to PowerShell. There are a couple […]