ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 11-December-2020

In Case You Missed It

Topics include Graph, DateTimes, JSON, Crescendo and more...

Special thanks to Robin Dadswell, Prasoon Karunan V, Kiran Patnayakuni and Kevin Laux.

Announcing PowerShell Crescendo Preview.1

by Jason Helmick on 8th December
Crescendo provides the tools to easily wrap a native command to gain the benefits of PowerShell cmdlets. Wrapping native commands into Crescendo cmdlets can provide parameter handling like prompting for mandatory parameters and tab-completion for parameter values. Crescendo cmdlets can take the text output from the native application and parse it into objects. The output objects allow you to take advantage of all the post processing tools such as Sort-Object, Where-Object, etc.

Demystifying PowerShell Dates, DateTime and Formatting

by Vignesh Mudliar on 8th December
In this article, you’re going to learn all about dates and PowerShell!

Creating PowerShell Property Names

by Jeff Hicks on 8th December
An useful tip from Jeff Hicks on how to convert property names more meaningful

Wrangling REST APIs and JSON with PowerShell (Four Demos!)

by Christopher Bisset on 10th December
In this article, you will discover the basics behind JSON and PowerShell. You’ll learn how to use PowerShell to speak directly to a REST API and translate the data into something useful! You’ll also learn how to build a couple of handy ways to use JSON in your everyday PowerShell scripts too!

You should be customizing your PowerShell Prompt with PSReadLine

by TheTechPlatform on 11th December
This article shows how to customize PowerShell port with PSReadLine.

Tweet of the Week

If you want to learn #powershell here we begin from scratch.

Youtube: Microsoft Graph | Powershell Script from Scratch

PowerShell script from scratch to query Microsoft Graph API

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