A suite of tools for scripters building solutions with PowerShell.
WPF Designer integration with VS Code and PSScriptPad.
Use refactoring commands to quickly make changes to your code in a reliable way.
PowerShell Pro Tools integrates with Visual Studio.
Author, execute and debug PowerShell 7 scripts in Visual Studio.
Compile scripts into .NET executables that work with Windows PowerShell and PowerShell 7.
Create Windows Forms using a drag and drop designer that is integrated in Visual Studio and accessible in Visual Studio Code using PSScriptPad.
Quickly build WPF forms in Visual Studio using the WPF designer with PowerShell integration.
Analyze scripts using PSScriptAnalyzer. Take advantage of solution-wide analysis to detect issues in any script within your project.
Build Windows Services using PowerShell scripts.
PowerShell Pro Tools integrates with Visual Studio Code.
Take advantage of PSScriptPad integration in Visual Studio Code to develop GUIs in WinForms and WPF using PowerShell.
Analyze script performance with a built-in PowerShell script profiler.
RapidSense provides high performance, customizable IntelliSense in Visual Studio Code.
Navigate various features of your PowerShell environment right in Visual Studio Code. View the AST, PowerShell processes, modules and variables.
Take advantage of cmdlets built for automating VS Code. Create new files, edit documents and show notifications.
One-Click Attach and Run in new Terminal make it easier to debug PowerShell scripts.
PSScriptPad is a tiny, little editor for PowerShell.
PSScriptPad is a single file that you can easily drop on any machine you want to develop scripts.
Author, execute and debug Windows PowerShell and PowerShell 7 scripts.
Create forms with a drag and drop forms editor.
One-click compliation of PowerShell scripts into executables.
Execute ad-hoc PowerShell commands in the integrated console with PSReadLine support.
Easily view variables that are currently defined within your PowerShell environment.
PowerShell Pro Tools provides a command line experience with the PS Pro module.
Compile scripts to executables on the command line with Merge-Script.
Assign PowerShell script blocks to hotkeys that you can execute anywhere on your desktop.