After creating processes, how do I GUI'ize it?

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ideleon007
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After creating processes, how do I GUI'ize it?

Post by ideleon007 »

So, working from home like everyone else, we get a lot of calls from end users having issues with connecting to our network online.
So, I decided to ask the boss for PS Studio, which I absolutely adore. Being a beginner at PShell, I was able to create the following,
but can't quite figure out how the GridView works and have sought out video after video but I think I'm missing something.
I wanted to display certain PC info, check internet connection, DirectAccess & VPN connection.
Although I pretty much have all three processes done, I can't seem to display them in a GUI format to make it easier for the end user.
Any help/advice appreciated.
-israel

jvierra
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Re: After creating processes, how do I GUI'ize it?

Post by jvierra »

Here is a book that will show you how to start with Forms and PowerShell: https://www.sapien.com/books_training/W ... werShell-4

You can also find many articles here on how to write a GUI application: https://info.sapien.com/index.php/guis

Be sure to explore all of the left side menus.

Here are the video resources available on how to use PSS to build GUIs: https://www.youtube.com/c/SAPIENTech/videos

Also review the Sapien blog for more articles on learning PSS, PowerShell and GUI development with PowerShell/PSS,

ideleon007
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Re: After creating processes, how do I GUI'ize it?

Post by ideleon007 »

Thanks jvierra
I had downloaded the book a few days ago & have also been looking through Sapiens videos..
I'll keep going. Thanks for the tips,
-israel

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