Posts Tagged ‘iPowerShell’


 

iPowerShell Changes: New platforms! Now FREE!

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016 by Ferdinand Rios
  iPowerShell, our little iOS app, has come a long way over the years. It started out as simply a reference tool for PowerShell cmdlets, about_help and provider help. Over the years, we added YouTube videos, PowerShell Twitter posts, PowerShell Web Access, remote connectivity with PSWA and SSH, and a color coded editor. Today we announce iPowerShell for the Mac! This is a desktop application with most of the major features of its mobile sibling (we have not yet implemented the script editor). With this desktop application, admins can use their Macs to connect to PowerShell either through PSWA or…   More »

SAPIEN Returns to the PowerScripting Podcast

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 by David Corrales
Join us live on the PowerScripting Podcast!  Ferdinand Rios (Chief Executive Officer) and David Corrales (Lead for PowerShell Studio) will be discussing PowerShell Studio 2012, PrimalScript 2012 and iPowerShell. The live podcast will begin at 9:30 PM EST time, Thursday August 2. http://powerscripting.wordpress.com/ Don’t miss it!…   More »

iPowerShell 2.1.107 released into the wild

Thursday, December 9th, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
iPowerShell is SAPIEN's FREE PowerShell reference tool for iPhone/iPad/iPod users. This week, we have submitted our latest build to the App Store for release. iPowerShell version 2.1.107 includes a host of new features. Of primary importance is the support for iOS 4.2 on all iOS devices. This means multi-taking aware, Airprint (for supported printers) and Airplay (currently only for audio streams.) We have also added more cmdlets, and a few other items. Below is a list of all of the new features in this build. iOS 4.2 multi-tasking. iOS 4.2 Basic Printing with AirPrint (on supported printer hardware). iOS 4.2…   More »

Back from Tech-Ed: How can I get iPowerShell?

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
iPowerShell is SAPIEN's FREE iPhone/iPad PowerShell reference tool. It is available from the Apple iTunes store. You can easily download the most current version by searching for iPowerShell in your iTunes application or click on this link to connect to the iPowerShell page directly in iTunes.…   More »

Back from Tech-Ed: Do you have iPowerShell for …

Friday, July 16th, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
... Android, Blackberry, Windows 7 Mobile or Palm? The simple answer is, unfortunately, no. But we have started looking into some of these other mobile device platforms, specifically Android and Windows 7 Mobile. There are so many cool and interesting features we want to add to iPowerShell, that it is taking up all of our current mobile platform development resources. If you are already an Android or Windows 7 Mobile developer, maybe we can work together to get iPowerShell out faster on those platforms. Contact info@sapien.com and let us know!…   More »

Back from Tech-Ed: How can I win this iPad?

Monday, July 12th, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
Really? Oh come on! Yes we had an iPad at our booth which we were using to show iPowerShell and our training videos. But, NO, it was not a prize. We know you all want one. But it WAS a Microsoft show. They probably would not have been thrilled if we were handing out competitive prizes. On the other hand... that does not rule out us giving away an iPad for some other occasion. Stay tuned to this blog and see what happens...…   More »

iPowerShell comes to iPad

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
With the recent successful launch of iPowerShell v2 for iPhone and iPod touch, we have turned our attention to another platform, the Apple iPad. After a month of diligent work, we are pleased to announce that iPowerShell v2.1 will be released to the app store in early April May as a universal app. This single app will function on iPhone/iPod touch with OS 3.13 and iPad with OS 3.2. [caption id="attachment_2159" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="iPowerShell Cmdlets"][/caption] All of the features from iPowerShell 2.0 have been ported over to the iPad. So you will have access to cmdlet, alias, provider and about_help…   More »