Posts Tagged ‘what’s new’


 

PowerShell Studio 2016: Service Release v5.2.118 and PSScriptAnalyzer

Monday, March 28th, 2016 by David Corrales
We released a new service build for PowerShell Studio 2016 (v4.2.118). Here's what's new:   Support for PSScriptAnalyzer module PSScriptAnalyzer module is a community driven module that evaluates your PowerShell scripts and ensures they follow community approved best practices. http://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/PSScriptAnalyzer/   PowerShell Studio 2016 now allows you to run PSScriptAnalyzer directly from the ribbon (Tools->Analysis->Analyze Script): Note: This option will be disabled if the PSScriptAnalyzer is not installed.   When you use the Analyze Script command, the module results are displayed in the Debug Panel: Jump to the respective line in the script by double-clicking on result.   Triggered Analysis…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016: Custom PrimalSense

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016 by David Corrales
We've written a series of blog posts to introduce you to the newest features of PowerShell Studio 2016. In this blog, Part 4, we cover new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016. But, there's more: In Part 1, we review the new UI features, including our new dark themes. In Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. In Part 3, we look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016.   Custom PrimalSense Lists The new customizable PrimalSense feature allows users to tailor their PrimalSense…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016: What’s New? (Part 3)

Monday, March 7th, 2016 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio 2016 is released! We've written a series of blog posts to introduce you to the newest features. In this blog, Part 3, we will look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016. But, there's more: In Part 1, we review the new UI features, including our new dark themes. In Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. In Part 4, we show the new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016.     Import Functions PowerShell Studio already allowed you to convert functions…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016: What’s New? (Part 2)

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio 2016 is released! We've written a series of blog posts to introduce you to the newest features. In this blog, Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. But, there's more: In Part 1, we review the new UI features, including our new dark themes. In Part 3, we look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016. In Part 4, we show the new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016.   The first debugging feature we are looking at is the new interface…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2016 Released! – What’s New? (Part 1)

Monday, February 29th, 2016 by David Corrales
PowerShell Studio 2016 is released as part of the regular update cycle for our subscribers. We will cover all the new features in a series of “What’s New” articles. In this blog, Part 1, we introduce new UI features, including our new dark themes. But, there's more: in Part 2, we introduce our new debugging features, including variable and function breakpoints and improvements to the Variables pane. In Part 3, we look at some of the new editor features of PowerShell Studio 2016. In Part 4, we show the new customizable PrimalSense in PowerShell Studio 2016. Now let’s take a look…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015 – New Custom Menu Features & GIT template

Thursday, October 1st, 2015 by David Corrales
We are continuing to cover the new features introduced in the latest service build of PowerShell Studio 2015 (v4.2.95). In this article we will cover the new additions to PowerShell Studio's custom menu. For those who aren’t familiar with the custom menu, it is a menu that users can customize to call other tools and processes. The menu’s contents can be determined on a global level or a local folder level. Please refer to the following article for more details on the custom menu feature: https://www.sapien.com/blog/2013/01/08/powershell-studio-2012-with-git-subversion-and-mercurial-oh-my/   Application vs Commandline We added an optional [Application] group to the CustomMenu.inf. Any…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015 – New Collection Project deployment options

Wednesday, May 6th, 2015 by David Corrales
With release of the v4.2.83 build of PowerShell Studio 2015, we introduced new features that we are covering in detail over a series of articles. PowerShell Studio 2014 introduced the new Collection Project: https://www.sapien.com/blog/2014/07/29/powershell-studio-2014-collection-project/ The Collection Project simply groups various files without creating a single script as in a normal project and each script file runs individually. With this release, new options were added to the Collection Project in order to accommodate your deployment needs by controlling the behavior of the Packager, MSI, and Deployment as a whole or as individual files. OK Two new project properties were added: Deploy…   More »

PrimalSQL 2015: What’s New?

Monday, May 4th, 2015 by David Corrales
The release of PrimalSQL 2015 (v4.1.41) introduces some changes and new database providers.   Updated Database Browser The Database Browser was overhauled so that it will load the database piecemeal instead all at once. As a result, the schema will always be displayed in the database browser tree. When you expand a schema node for the first time, it will build the metadata for the specific schema only, thus reducing the demand on the server.     New Database Providers Support for following database providers was added: PostgreSQL Sybase Oracle Native Provider   When creating a new connection, visual cues…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015 – New FolderBrowserModernDialog Control

Friday, May 1st, 2015 by David Corrales
With release of the v4.2.83 build of PowerShell Studio 2015, we introduced new features that we are covering in detail over a series of articles. This next new feature was also added in response to user feedback. This particular user wanted to use the modern version of the folder browser dialog that is available in the later versions of Windows. Unfortunately, the user had to manually add code to the form to accomplish this. Therefore we added a new control to our toolbox: FolderBrowserModernDialog This control will display the modern version of the FolderBrowserDialog on Windows 7 or greater: If…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015 – New Navigation Bar

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 by David Corrales
With release of the v4.2.83 build of PowerShell Studio 2015, we introduced new features that we are covering in detail over a series of articles. The second major feature included in this release is: The Navigation bar The new navigation bar, located above the editor, allows you to jump between functions, workflows, events and more. The function combo box on the left shows you the context of the caret position: Use the function combo box to jump to specific a function, event, workflow or configuration: The navigation combo box on the right allows you to jump to specific positions that…   More »