With PowerShell Pro Tools 4.5.0, you can now take advantage of the Avalonia project in PowerShell Core. Avalonia is a WPF-inspired cross-platform XAML-based UI framework providing a flexible styling system and supporting a wide range of
PowerShell Pro Tools – Module Explorer
The PowerShell Pro Tools extension for VS Code now provides a new tree view in the activity bar to view and update modules. It will list all the modules
Add Display License Information Command
You can now view your license information by executing the “PowerShell Pro Tools: Display License Information” command.
Fixed an issue with installing
Generate Windows Form Command
You can now generate Windows Forms
One of the main problems with using PowerShell for event handlers in Windows Forms is that long running script blocks cause the UI to hang. This is a poor user experience. To avoid this problem, we will look at the
One little known feature of PowerShell Pro Tools is that you can create P\Invoke signatures using the Convert From C# function. This can be done in Visual Studio, VS Code and on the command line.
To create a P\Invoke Signature,
Unlike Windows PowerShell, PowerShell Core does not come pre-installed on Windows machines. This means to run a PowerShell Core script, you need to deploy the engine itself as well as the script you wish to run. To make this a
In the most recent release of the PowerShell Pro Tools for VSCode, I’ve added a stand-alone Windows Form Designer. This designer is built on the same code-base as the WinForm designer for Visual Studio but does not require an