Posts Tagged ‘iPad’


iPowerShell goes PRO

Monday, January 23rd, 2012 by Ferdinand Rios
iPowerShell, that MUST HAVE little iPhone/iPad PowerShell reference is going pro with the release of iPowerShell Pro today. The pro app includes a great many infrastructure changes and feature additions which set it up for major future enhancements as well. Here are just some of the changes/additions to iPowerShell Pro: Initial data can be downloaded from SAPIEN servers Ability to add your own PowerShell Help XML files Ability to add your own aliases PowerShell Twitter feed Swipe cmdlet description screen with 2 fingers to get the next/previous cmdlets alphabetically Lync cmdlets added Sharepoint cmdlets added Dynamic header buttons take you…   More »

Back from Tech-Ed: Can I read your e-books on my iPad or iPhone?

Thursday, August 5th, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
SAPIEN Press e-books are currently formatted as PDF files. Therefore, any PDF reader should be able to display our files so that you can read them. Of course, depending on your device, "your milage may vary." Let's take a look at how the Apple iPad handles our e-books. The Apple iPad has a 9.7" (diagonal) display with a resolution of 1024x768. There are several applications that can display PDF files available on the iPad including DropBox, an awesome tool for accessing files across various devices including your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod and iPad. Recently, Apple updated its iBooks e-book reader…   More »