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Advanced Help for Advanced Functions – #PSBlogWeek

Friday, April 3rd, 2015 by June Blender
Follow @juneb_get_help Writing help is often the last thing you do for an advanced function. But, instead of treating it as a disposable chore, write your help first -- in advance -- before you write your advanced function. Then, use the help as a design specification. The result is a better designed function and a better user experience. If you're using a test framework, like Pester, you can also use your help examples as test cases. In this post, I'll write help for the New-ValidationDynamicParam function that Adam Bertram (@adbertram) shares in #PSBloggingWeek – Dynamic Parameters and Parameter Validation. But…   More »