While my students in my Windows Server 2012 Class were working on a lab, I’ve been working on a little idea (Yes, I will blog about the idea later). Anyway, I’m working on a new GUI in SAPIEN PowerShell Studio and I’m looking at the Windows Form Objects. I needed to read some MSDN data on an object and realized something. I’ve never right clicked on any of the Windows Form Controls. Take a look at this.
It may not seem like a big deal, but I just got a little more productive. The other nice thing about this is the View Spotlight Article. If SAPIEN blogged some extra knowledge about how to use a particular control, you have a quick link to it. Both of these are real nice features. With the growth in both interest and usage of PowerShell showing no signs of slowing down, I’m not the only PowerShell enthusiast looking to extend my investment in learning PowerShell beyond just scripts. These two features are going to help a lot.
Enough blogging. Time to go play.