Posts Tagged ‘SAPIEN’


 

Introducing the SAPIEN Information Center

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 by June Alane Reif
Over the years, the articles in this blog have grown extensively. There's a lot of valuable information in here, but it's become hard to find because it's mixed in with various tour announcements, special offers, conference recaps, and the like. So, we have decided to pull the important articles and place them—along with information relevant to PowerShell and scripting—in a more organized and easily searchable venue. We are proud to introduce the SAPIEN Information Center. The most recent articles are always highlighted in a list on the left side of the window. The SAPIEN Information Center currently has the following…   More »

Job Opening: C# Developer at SAPIEN

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 by June Blender
Read our job posting: C# Developer One of the best things you can do for your career is to keep it continually challenging. Never be the smartest person at work. Never be the most experienced. Never watch the industry progress while leaving you behind. Never continue doing it the way you’ve always done it. If you’re looking for something new and challenging, consider joining SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., a small, agile software company that is continually improving to stay at the edge of the technology curve. SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. currently has a job opening for a Windows software developer in our…   More »

Giving a talk? PowerShell Studio Presentation Features

Wednesday, March 30th, 2016 by June Blender
One of the best parts of the PowerShell community culture is the willingness of people at all levels of expertise to help others to learn. It acknowledges that we learn from each other all the time and pays backward and forward for help that others have given to us. So, there are many people giving talks and presentations about PowerShell. And, PowerShell Studio has several features that make presentations easier. Filegroups: Open all scripts and modules for your presentation in a single click, even if the code files are on different machines in different locations. The files open in PowerShell…   More »

WMI Explorer 2016 released

Monday, February 22nd, 2016 by Alex Riedel
WMI Explorer 2016 was released as part of the regular update cycle for our subscribers. We added some improvements behind the scenes: - improved security blanket handling allows remote browsing for more machines on your network.- detect and handle classes with descriptions that have linefeed only line ending.- general performance enhancements. The most obvious change of course is the new default color scheme. If you do not get the new color settings after upgrading from the 2015 version, that is normal, as all 2015 settings are transferred automatically and that includes the currently selected skin. If you want the…   More »

iPowerShell Pro adds support for iOS 9 Features

Thursday, January 21st, 2016 by Ferdinand Rios
SAPIEN has just released another update to iPowerShell Pro, its iOS-based PowerShell editor and remote connectivity tool. With this update, we focussed primarily on iOS 9 compatibility. iPad Multi-Tasking iPowerShell Pro is now a good citizen in the iPad multi-tasking community. If you're using an iPad running iOS 9, you can split the screen and use two apps at the same time. This can take several forms depending on your iPad version. Slide over – Slide Over lets you interact with a second app without leaving the app you’re currently using. To see your previously-used apps, swipe from the right edge of…   More »

Welcome to our December Sale, Lasting all Month Long!

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 by Lanae Dale
To continue celebrating this holiday season, we’ve got a sale lasting all month long.  Starting today and going through December 31st, 2015, get an additional 6 months of maintenance for free when you purchase a new license directly from our SAPIEN On-Line Store at MSRP price.  You will get a total of 18 months of maintenance tied to your subscription, in terms of all service builds and major product releases, instead of our regularly offered 12 months.  Buy now and you won’t have to worry about renewing until July of 2017!  Questions, concerns, problems ordering?  Send us an e-mail to…   More »

Engine Type Prerequisites

Monday, November 16th, 2015 by Devin Leaman
When building executables in PrimalScript or PowerShell Studio there are various engine types to choose from, each of them with a prerequisite that must be installed on the machine that will be running your program. For example, if you build an executable in PowerShell Studio and select the SAPIEN PowerShell V2 Host (Command Line) Win32 engine then the .NET Framework 2.0 is required on the target machine. Here is a table that shows the prerequisites for each engine type: Engine Prerequisite SAPIEN PowerShell V2 Host (Command Line) Win32 .NET Framework 2.0 SAPIEN PowerShell V2 Host (Command Line) x64 .NET Framework 2.0 SAPIEN PowerShell V2…   More »

How to submit a support request

Monday, November 9th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With social media and every company having a presence in a number of places it sometimes feels like it won’t matter where you ask your questions. So it is only normal that we get phone calls, tweets, blog comments, smoke signals and bush drums sent our way for feedback and support requests. If you are just providing us with a comment or a one off remark that is all fine. Please put post-it notes to the right side of the door… However, if you are asking for help with a PowerShell topic or with one of our products we…   More »

Happy Halloween from SAPIEN!

Friday, October 30th, 2015 by Ferdinand Rios
Some of the SAPIEN gang...   More »

What’s new in iPowerShell Pro?

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015 by Ferdinand Rios
Build 5.0.133 of iPowerShell Pro has just been released. This build primarily covers iOS 9 compatibility with some bug fixes and performance increases. But we did slip in a very interesting and future oriented feature: the ability to connect to PowerShell remotely via SSH! In June of 2015, the PowerShell team announced that they were going to embrace SSH connectivity to PowerShell via OpenSSH. This is exciting news for many in the community. Of course, we wanted to get a head start on supporting this ability, but how do we support something that has not yet been released? As this article states,…   More »