Posts Tagged ‘UI Design’


PowerShellGet-GUI Part 2

Thursday, November 12th, 2015 by Ferdinand Rios
Continuing on from where we left off in our last blog post entitled "PowerShellGet-GUI part 1", let us examine some of the other features of the PowerShell Get GUI application. With our list successfully loaded with PowerShell Gallery modules, the user can take several actions: Select a module to inspect it's properties Select a non-installed module to install it Select an installed module to uninstall it Case 1 [caption id="attachment_10223" align="aligncenter" width="1273"] Figure 1[/caption] When the user clicks on an item in the list, the listview_ItemSelectionChanged event fires and is handled by our $lvModules_ItemSelectionChanged event handler seen in Figure 1…   More »

PowerShellGet-GUI Part 1

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Ferdinand Rios
Back in mid-September, I presented a talk on "Building PowerShell GUI Tool Solutions" at the PowerShell Conference Asia in Singapore. The talk centered around GUI application design and development using PowerShell as the core language. During that talk , I developed an application that used PowerShell's PSGet module to communicate with the PowerShell Gallery. Finishing work was done by Devin Leaman of SAPIEN Technologies. The recorded talk should be available at some point on the PowerShell Conference Asia Website. The application creates an interface that displays gallery module information and allows the user to easily add and remove modules from their…   More »