Posts Tagged ‘powershell development’


 

Passing Parameters to a Script in an Executable File

Monday, November 30th, 2015 by June Blender
This is the first blog in a multi-part series about designing a Windows PowerShell script that will be packaged in an executable file. Passing Parameters to a Script in an Executable File explains how to use the special parsing features of PowerShell Studio and PrimalScript to make passing parameters easy for PowerShell users and authors. Parsing Parameters for a Script in an Executable File explains how to parse parameters manually for special uses. Displaying Help for a Script in an Executable File explains how to display help for a script in an executable file. Output from a Script in an…   More »

PowerShell Development Training – What’s Your Opinion?

Thursday, February 21st, 2008 by Don Jones
We're in the process of creating a Windows PowerShell Development course, targeted at experienced .NET Framework (C# or VB) developers (this is NOT a scripting course), and we're looking for a sense of the topics you would expect to be included in such a class. If you've got thirty seconds (that's all it'll take), consider taking our survey to let us know where we should be headed. You can also include your e-mail address in the survey if you'd like to be contacted about a class, if we get one on the schedule. The class will use "Windows PowerShell Programming,"…   More »