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PowerTools for Powershell

I've collected a small list of tools for powershell.

Powershell Development Environments

Helper Applications

Script Repositories

Other Tools

Community Extensions

Visual Studio Add-Ins for Powershell

I can't find anything else in this category!! (Quote from Alan Stevens's blog: "I went to talk to members of the Visual Studio team about the possiblity of a PowerShell add-in for VS. They've never heard of PowerShell! ") Anyone have ideas for a useful powershell related VS add-in/macro?





'marty' on Fri, 08 Sep 2006 01:44:46 GMT, sez:

Thanks for that :) I've been trying to learn powershell since your last post (and ShinyPower is teh uber!!) and this will help.





'Lee' on Sat, 09 Sep 2006 06:02:44 GMT, sez:

Nice list!

I might also include VI / Emacs with their respective syntax additions.



'rickdog' on Sat, 30 Sep 2006 06:07:11 GMT, sez:

Another way to write it is

WindowsPowersHell



'Serge van den Oever' on Thu, 07 Jun 2007 12:24:14 GMT, sez:

A really useful tool would be a powershell help button in Visual studio, that if you are editing a PowerShell file in VS and press "F1" when the cursor is on a powershell command, that help on that command appears somewhere in VS.



'iHunger' on Thu, 05 Nov 2009 12:10:52 GMT, sez:

IMO learning PowerShell will be key to surviving in the post Window 7 world, but IT Admins face a big learning curve for PowerShell. This was one of the main driving forces behind PowerWF Studio (http://www.powerwf.com). PowerWF provides a drag-and-drop interface for creating workflows based on PowerShell commands that can be run directly or with the click of a button be converted to PowerShell snap-ins or modules. PowerWF can be used by PowerShell Guru's as well because it can convert existing PowerShell scripts into visual representations that are easier to explain to other admins.




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