What's New Here?

Using the Windows Live APIs from PowerShell

Using the Windows Live APIs from PowerShell

Microsoft has recently unveiled a REST API for OneNote Live, and since PowerShell has had cmdlets for working with REST services since V3 was introduced it seems like a good… Read more »

Windows Management Framework 5.0 preview is here!

Windows Management Framework 5.0 preview is here!

While the PowerShell community is still looking at the Desired State Configuration feature in PowerShell 4.0, Windows Server team already announced the preview release of Windows Management Framework 5.0. The… Read more »

Is native Windows PowerShell support coming to Visual Studio?

Is native Windows PowerShell support coming to Visual Studio?

Not completely yet. But, the Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 RC release seems to be a step in that direction. This update includes PowerShell syntax highlighting in the Visual Studio… Read more »

Pushing DSC configuration to an Azure VM

Pushing DSC configuration to an Azure VM

I had described in an earlier article that Desired State Configuration requires WinRM listeners for pushing the configuration to target systems. By default, WinRM is configured to listen on ports… Read more »

Desired State Configuration and the remoting myth

Desired State Configuration and the remoting myth

Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration feature depends on PowerShell remoting. This is what we have been hearing and reading in the WMF 4.0 release notes too! Right? It is a myth. Thanks… Read more »

PowerShell Remoting with Azure Windows VMs

PowerShell Remoting with Azure Windows VMs

These days, for all my demos at various events, I have been using Azure VMs extensively. If you have worked on creating these VMs using Azure PowerShell cmdlets, you will… Read more »

ISESteroids – A Revolutionary PowerShell ISE Add-On

ISESteroids – A Revolutionary PowerShell ISE Add-On

If you love the built-in ISE editor that ships with PowerShell 3.0 and 4.0, but you were missing some professional editor capabilities, then ISESteroids add them for you. It is… Read more »

Testing your PowerShell scripts with Pester: Assertions and more

Testing your PowerShell scripts with Pester: Assertions and more

This is part two of Pester series of articles. In this article you will learn about the Context keyword, how to use all the assertions available in Pester and a… Read more »

#PowerShell Tweets

© 2014 PowerShell Magazine. All rights reserved. XHTML / CSS Valid.
Proudly designed by Theme Junkie.