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
A bill-of-materials, in terms of software, was a new term for me up until recently. The idea is that you can collect all dependencies of your software product and do a security as well as a legal audit of those
Recently, I released the first version of the PowerShell Pro Tools PowerShell module to the PowerShell gallery. The module contains a PowerShell cmdlet wrapper around PSPack.exe that is capable of packaging scripts into executables. This version of PSPack.exe also
In the latest version of PowerShell Pro Tools for Visual Studio, I released the first version of WPF Designer support for PowerShell projects. In this post, we will look at the steps required to create a new WPF window and
I recently released the first version of PowerShell Pro Tools for Visual Studio 2017. The first version provides only one feature; Windows Forms designer support. In this post we will go over how to create a Windows Form using PowerShell.
Here is the scaffolding to create a WiX installer that uses a Burn bootstrapper that can support upgrading while allowing the user to change to a new installation directory.
Create an InstallFolder variable and populate it with what you want to be
Recently, I installed Visual Studio 2017 RC. This also installed the latest version of .NET Core. This also meant I started to run into the error “No executable found matching command dotnet-projectmodel-server” when opening .NET Core projects in Visual Studio 2015.