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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Alex and David from Sapien about PrimalForms 2011
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Buzz from the Chatroom:
[21:47] <jtruman0917> ## PrimalForms is awesome sauce!
[21:48] <@powerscripting> He’s SAPIENDavid on twitter
[21:50] <jeffhicks> ##Who is the target user for SAPIEN products?
[21:51] <meson3902> ## Are there plans for a WPF version of PrimalForms (I had to ask.)
[21:54] <jhofferle> ## Will PrimalForms support WPF in the future?
[21:55] <jaykul> ## When will Primalforms support WPF?
[21:56] <jtruman0917> ## Alex do you still do development?
[21:57] <jtruman0917> I like to see a CTO that is actually technical and still active in the technology
[21:59] <jaykul> WPF is .Net 3.0+
[21:59] <@scriptingwife> @Bartek are you awake?
[22:02] <dougfinke> ## Any thoughts on the upcoming Build Conference. Rumors on WPF being “upgraded” to DirectUI etc?
[22:04] <bielawb> ## Â I’m admin and I want to use WPF. It looks like Win7 element, so users don’t feel like in time machine…
[22:05] <jaykul> ## Speaking of Windows 8 — do you think PowerShell + WPF or Winforms can develop apps for the new Direct UI?
[22:06] <josh_atwell> #### Primal for iPad? Â I need to write scripts on the go! 🙂
[22:08] <jaykul> ## What do you see as the main use of PrimalForms (or, more generally, of administrators building UI in PowerShell)? Â Is it asking for input? Showing output (charts, graphs)? Interactive apps (twitter, notepad)?
[22:08] <meson3902> ## Any upcoming changes for the #iOS app?
[22:11] <jeffhicks> ##Does PrimalForms integrate with source control?
[22:17] <esacteksab> ##Will that be ported to Android???
[22:25] <jeffhicks> I have some PrimalForm posts on my blog http://jdhitsolutions.com/blog/?s=primalforms
Computer Alex: Tandy TRS-80
Superhero David: Spiderman, no Hiro! No, Wolverine!
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