Category Archives: WPF

Displaying a Squarified Treemap Using PowerShell and WPF

I was looking at VROPs recently and enjoyed looking at the data visualization that they used to show various states for things such as CPU, Memory and Disk Space for VMs and wanted to see if I could do the … Continue reading

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PowerShell and WPF: Radio Button

I talked about working with CheckBoxes in my previous article and mentioned briefly how you can have them behave like a Radio button, but in the end, nothing beats the actual thing no matter how close you can make another … Continue reading

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PowerShell and WPF: Checkboxes

Continuing on with my series on PowerShell and WPF, I am going to talk about using checkboxes in a form. Checkboxes are a great way to allow a user to select a specific item or items prior to moving on … Continue reading

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Hey, Scripting Guy! Post on a WPF Clock Widget

I’m talking about using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) to build a clock widget. Something a little fun this time around and I also have another PowerTip as well. Check them out and let me know what you think! Weekend Scripter: … Continue reading

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Introducing PoshEventUI: A UI Way to Create Permanent WMI Events

Something that I have been working on the past couple of months (in between other things) was a UI approach to creating permanent WMI events vs. a command line approach. I really had only a few requirements that I wanted … Continue reading

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