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
PowerShell Pro Tools is capable of bundling assets along with your PowerShell executables. In addition to being able to bundle the scripts themselves, you can also include modules, binaries and other resources.
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PowerShell Pro Tools integration for VS Code provides the ability to generate Windows Forms PowerShell scripts that you can
In this video, I show how to build WPF-style applications with the Avalonia project. PowerShell Pro Tools offers bindings that make it easy to work with Avalonia in PowerShell Core. I also demonstrate running the exact same
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
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.
In my quest to figure out why handles.ps1 was running very slowly when looping over the 3.4 million handles on my system, I started to realize that the loop structure itself was a lot slower than a language like C#. I