ICYMI: PowerShell Week of 15-January-2021

In Case You Missed It

Topics include PowerShell 7.1, SharePoint Online, WPF and more…

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

How to install and upgrade to PowerShell 7.1.

by Leos Marek on 11th January
PowerShell 7, currently available in version 7.1, is the most recent release of Microsoft’s cross-platform scripting language. This bog post is about how to install and upgrade to PowerShell 7.1.

What the Shell is Happening?

by Jeffrey Hicks on 13th January
A Virtual sticky note by Jeff,The PowerShell community is beginning another year in the world of PowerShell 7. Most of you know what that means. However, there are newcomers to our community practically every day

SharePoint Online PowerShell commands for admin tasks

by Adam Bertram on 14th January
This blogs shows how PowerShell can be used to Adminster SharePoint online.

How to Download a File with PowerShell from the Web

by June Castillote on 15th January
Discover different ways to download files from the internet with PowerShell.

Tweet of the Week

What are your #PowerShell hidden gems? Things you discovered that gave you that “Oh, I had no idea” feeling.

Youtube: Building WPF Applications in Visual Studio Code with PowerShell

This video explains how to use Visual Studio Code and PowerShell Pro Tools to build a WPF application. The PSScriptPad integration in PowerShell Pro Tools for Visual Studio Code allows you to use a drag and drop designer to layout and customize your WPF forms.

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