In PowerShell Tools for Visual Studio you can create PowerShell projects that allow for some special functionality for PowerShell solutions. Not only does it allow you to organize your script and module projects but you can also create forms, package
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.
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.
Recently, I’ve been using MongoDB every day. Before this, I was used SQL server almost exclusively. I decided to use MongoDB over SQL for my most recent project and it has a bit of a learning curve. Here are a couple