Posts Tagged ‘PowerShell Help’


Scope in a PowerShell GUI App

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 by June Blender
If you search the SAPIEN blog, you'll realize that this is the not our first blog about scope in PowerShell GUIs. In March 2013, SAPIEN CTO Alex Riedel wrote First Rule of PowerShell Scoping Rules, a title that implies the final word in a discussion that wasn't easy to end. Alex's blog explained the differences between scoping rules in PowerShell and other languages, like VB Script. Then, just a month later, SAPIEN Senior Developer David Corrales wrote PowerShell Scoping Revisited, another great post about function scope in PowerShell. A quick search reveals even older posts by Don Jones and Jeffery…   More »

New SAPIEN Update tool integrated into all 2015 products

Monday, March 23rd, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the release of the latest versions of the 2015 SAPIEN products we also integrated a new update tool. This new version will check for updates on all licensed and unexpired trial version of our products. It can download and install the updated versions without you going to your accounts page. If you need to roll out updates to multiple machines, you can use the “Download only” button to get the checked updates downloaded to your Windows downloads folder. You can then manually install the updates as needed. The new update tool also shows a brief synopsis of what…   More »