One concept that I’ve been thinking about for a long time is the ability to automatically generate REST APIs based on Universal Dashboard for existing PowerShell modules. It just seems like a lot of ceremony to wrap existing functions
Universal Dashboard is a web framework for PowerShell. We take advantage of ASP.NET Core with a React SPA to allow users to create websites using PowerShell. In this post we will go over how we use dynamically loaded React components
Universal Dashboard is a highly extensible solution for web-development using PowerShell. Controls can be added to your websites without having to be a part of the Universal Dashboard module. Controls can be published to the PowerShell Gallery as modules
Recently, I posted a GitHub issue about introducing a better Marketplace for Universal Dashboard dashboards and components. It got some good feedback so I decided to resurrect the old marketplace and update it for 2019. The Universal Dashboard Marketplace
Automated web testing is helpful when you want to validate a web application as a whole. It shouldn’t be the base of your testing pyramid as web testing can be difficult to
Universal Dashboard is a web framework for PowerShell. It allows you to create websites and REST APIs with just PowerShell script. Unlike other managed languages, like C# and F#, PowerShell is not compiled completely to highly optimized
Adam was invited on the Cloudskills.fm podcast run by Mike Pfeiffer to talk about PowerShell Tools, Universal Dashboard and running a business built on cloud technology.
Listen now on Cloudskills.fm.
Today, we’ve released PowerShell Universal Dashboard v2.4.0-beta1. You can download the latest from the PowerShell Gallery. There are tons of awesome features and bug fixes.
Install-Module UniversalDashboard -AllowPrerelease
Universal Dashboard Designer
One of the first feature requests I received for Universal
In this video, I go over how to create basic user input controls for your PowerShell-based website. We look at how you can take input from users and execute PowerShell scripts based on that input.
Since changing the licensing model for Universal Dashboard, it’s now possible to run a dashboard without buying license for development purposes. This means we can create short-lived dashboards to behave as developer tools. In this post we will cover