Posts Tagged ‘Visual PowerShell’


June Blender Joins SAPIEN

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 by Ferdinand Rios
For Immediate Release October 1, 2014 Contact: Ferdinand G. Rios, CEO, June Blender joins SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. [caption id="attachment_7723" align="alignleft" width="150"] June Blender: SAPIEN's New Technology Evangelist[/caption] Napa, California— October 1, 2014 — SAPIEN Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that June Blender is joining their staff as a Technology Evangelist effective today. June will be supporting the SAPIEN customer community with writing, blogging, training, outreach, forum participation, and technical support for Windows PowerShell and other development platforms, as well as SAPIEN products. "We see June as the technical liaison between the community and the SAPIEN development team," said…   More »

Building PowerShell GUI Solutions

Thursday, March 27th, 2014 by Ferdinand Rios
The second leg of SAPIEN's Building PowerShell GUI Solutions world tour is complete. This trip took us to Dallas, Raleigh and to New York City for the NY Techstavaganza. We had a great time showing PowerShell users how to create great GUI interfaces for their PowerShell scripts, and how to use PowerShell Studio 2014 to create a complete cradle to grave development workflow. [caption id="attachment_7094" align="alignnone" width="300"] Raleigh, NC[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_7095" align="alignnone" width="300"] NY Techstravaganza[/caption]   We continue to add cities to our tour and are looking for more user groups to speak at. In April, we will be presenting…   More »

SAPIEN at Tech-Ed 2012

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 by Ferdinand Rios
Once again, SAPIEN will be in attendance at Tech-Ed 2012, this year held in Orlando from June 11th - 14th. If you are going to be there, look for us at booth 1748. This year, we will be focussing on our Powershell related products: PrimalScript 2012, PowerShell Studio 2012 and iPowerShell Pro.   PrimalScript 2012 is the newest iteration of our cornerstone product sporting a redesigned UI, File Tab backstage view, redesigned print page, editor improvements, native Powershell remoting, an improved debugger with tracepoints and Remote PowerShell debugging.   PowerShell Studio 2012 replaces PrimalForms and adds a host of new…   More »

Announcing – PowerShell Studio 2012

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 by Ferdinand Rios
You use PowerShell EVERY day. You work directly in the console. You create scripts. You write Script Modules. Maybe your "users" are pleading for a simple GUI based front end for the scripts that you need them to execute. Introducing PowerShell Studio 2012! [caption id="attachment_4129" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="PowerShell Studio 2012"][/caption] The most complete PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment available. PowerShell Studio is full of all the tools you need. An updated ribbon UI makes it even easier to work with your scripts. Customizable panel layouts help you work YOUR way. The new function explorer helps you to rapidly navigate to any function,…   More »

Convert PowerShell Scripts to GUI Applications

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 by Robert Morey
You have created the mother of all PowerShell scripts and spent endless hours honing its performance and catching error conditions. Now that you are rolling out this gem of a script to your users, you find out that they don't take to the command prompt as you do. You have also found out that some others even go and edit your skillfully crafted script and are now blaming you for errors. You can avoid all of that by converting your command line script to a Windows Forms application with PrimalForms 2011. Create a GUI version of your PowerShell script to make the…   More »

Welcome 2012!

Friday, December 30th, 2011 by Ferdinand Rios
Wow! Has another year gone buy already? It seems as if it was only yesterday that I wrote a Welcome 2011 blog post. 2011 saw quite a bit of activity from SAPIEN. New versions of all of our software products were released. Digital download versions of our videos became available. We continued and improved our support for iOS. So what is in store for 2012? Well I can tell you but then I would have to send the SAPIEN minions to do terrible things to you! Just kidding! About the minions... Seriously though, I would not want to ruin any…   More »

Feature Peek 2011: PrimalForms 2011 – Creating multiple event handlers at once

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 by David Corrales
This month, we are looking at PrimalForms 2011 and how to add event handlers to form controls. After evaluating PrimalForms 2009 and user feedback, we decided to improve the process of adding event handlers in PrimalForms 2011. In PrimalForms 2009, you can create the default event by double clicking on the control or by using the “Edit Default Event” context menu option. But if you want to create a handler for a different event, you have to go to the Property Pane then click on the events button and then search for the event you wish to add. PrimalForms 2011 streamlines…   More »

SAPIEN Tour: SQL Saturday #40 Impressions

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 by David Corrales
SQL Saturday #40 came and went and I must say I had a great time. Friday evening I attended the Speaker Dinner where I had the opportunity to meet with Max Trinidad, one of our SAPIEN MVPs, who helped organize the SQL Saturday PowerShell track. Max is an energetic, friendly, overall great guy. He also happens to currently be the only PowerShell MVP in South Florida. I also had the opportunity to meet with the other SQL Saturday speakers, including some of the organizers. Speaker Dinner: Joe Healy from Microsoft (left), David Corrales (middle), Max Trinidad (right) The following day…   More »

Reminder: Backup survey

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by Alex Riedel
This is a reminder for our current survey about Backup and Version Control. Please click here to participate: 2010 Backup Survey Enter your email in the survey to win cool prizes. Your responses will help determine what features get added and what gets cut from PrimalScript 2011 and PrimalForms 2011, so don't hesitate.…   More »

Backup Survey

Friday, July 23rd, 2010 by Alex Riedel
In order to improve our products, we like to ask you from time to time how you use certain features, if you do at all. This month our survey focuses on backup and version control. Your answers will decide what features will be removed, kept or re-developed or even re-architected in the 2011 versions of our software products. So please click on the link below and take our 2010 Backup Survey As usual with our surveys, if you provide an email address you will be entered into the drawing for various prizes. Winners will be notified and published here on…   More »