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Telemetry and Metrics in PowerShell Universal PowerShell Universal currently integrates with Application Insights to provide metrics to Azure from instances of the platform. While this is plug-and-play ready, collecting metrics in the cloud may not be useful to all users. In an effort to provide isolated instances the ability to collect metrics, we have created a new plugin that integrates with OpenTelemetry.
OpenTelemetry As defined by the OpenTelemetry.io site, OpenTelemetry is a collection of APIs, SDKs, and tools.
PowerShell Universal has always been about building tools with code. Because of this, the editing experience is something we’ve dedicated a lot of time to. This has resulted in features like code completion and PSScriptAnalyzer in the admin console and the Universal extension for VS Code.
In this post, we’ll look at how to take the tooling a step further and host VS Code directly in the browser using a new feature of PSU coming in v4.
Today, we’re happy to announce the release of PowerShell Universal v4.1! You can download directly from the PowerShell Universal downloads page. Below, you’ll find the highlights.
New Components and Parameters We’ve added numerous new components and parameters for apps. Some of these include:
Show-UDSnackbar -Label for New-UDProgress -BackgroundImage for New-UDPage -OnSelectionChanged for New-UDDataGrid UDSnackbar is built into our client-side framework, MUI, unlike UDToast. While the functionality is similar, UDSnackbar will honor themes and allow for much more flexibility.