Category Archives: PowerShell

New Release of PowerShell Extension For Visual Studio Code

There’s a new version (0.4.0) of the PowerShell extension for Visual Studio Code out with some really nice enhancements.  There’s also a new version of Visual Studio Code (0.10.8) out with lots of improvements as well (read about those here).  … Continue reading

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Debugging PowerShell Script with Visual Studio Code

In this post we will look at how you can debug your PowerShell scripts using VSCode and the PowerShell Editor Services extension for VSCode.  As a pre-requisite see the post Getting Started with Visual Studio Code for Use with PowerShell … Continue reading

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Getting Started with Visual Studio Code for Use with PowerShell

Now that I’ve hopefully piqued your interest in using Visual Studio Code for editing and debugging PowerShell scripts, here is how you get started.  First, go to the Visual Studio code web site to download and install VSCode.  From here … Continue reading

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Debugging in the PowerShellEditorServices for Visual Studio Code

You’ve probably heard about Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code editor.  It was announced at the 2014 online Connect event.  It is a free, light-weight, cross-platform code editor supporting Windows, Linux and MacOS.  I’ve been a big fan and user of the … Continue reading

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PowerShell Snippets for Visual Studio Code

If you are a fan of using Visual Studio Code as a lightweight text editor and are also a PowerShell scripter, you have probably found VS Code’s PowerShell support somewhat lacking.  For instance, while it can syntax colorize PowerShell script … Continue reading

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An Explanation of the .NET add_EventName / remove_EventName Methods for PowerShell Scripters

If you have ever attempted to write a little WinForms or WPF UI using PowerShell you have no doubt run across a method like add_Click() e.g. This might be a bit confusing if you are looking at C# examples or … Continue reading

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BlackJack, NamedPipes and PowerShell Classes – Oh My!

In my last blog post, I introduced you to using .NET named pipes to implement BlackJack across different PowerShell processes and even across the network.  In this blog post, we will take a look at what it is like to … Continue reading

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