Try PowerShell is an interactive PowerShell tutorial created with PowerShell using WPF and PowerBoots.
An interactive PowerShell interpreter that runs in WPF.
For PowerShell Users
- Easily try out PowerShell commands immediately, no typing
- Use the find to search for particular sections and fire off commands
- Click a PS> button to load an example, then edit it and run it
Then run .\TryPowerShell.ps1
October 25, 2009
- Support added to load PowerShell Snap-ins via the Add-PSSnapin cmdlet. Like:
- SharePoint 2010
- OpsMgr 2007
- /n software
- Provide a written guide for your scripts and let users run them directly from the documentation
- Great example of PowerShell, PowerBoots and WPF.
- Using a FlowDocument,
- Several controls
- Executing PowerShell code in a PowerShell app using Invoke-Expression
- Improve start up time
- Add markup for bold, italic and lists
- Implement code colorization
- Come up with a Table of Contents
- Add more content