Applies to: PowerShell Studio 2016, Windows PowerShell 3.0+
I recently wrote an article with step-by-step instructions for creating a very simple multi-form PowerShell GUI application. In our sample app, we use PowerShell Studio features that make it very easy to open a child form from the main form and gets the text in the textbox on the child form.
In this article, I’ll explain what goes on in the background to make these features work. You might not care — just so they work — and that’s fine. But if you’re wondering how this happens, or you need to debug a problem, or you’d like to customize these features for your environment, this information will help.
It’s One Script
One of the first things to know about GUI apps is that PowerShell Studio combines the code in the form or form project — all of it — into a single PowerShell script, a .PS1 file.
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