Tag Archives: WPF

Some Updates to Out-SquarifiedTreemap

It’s been close to a year since I published my Out-SquarifiedTreemap function (and blogged about it) after spending a number of weeks prior working on it to ensure that everything was accurate when used and also trying to figure out … Continue reading

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A Look at a RegExHelper Tool for PowerShell Regular Expressions

I don’t know about you, but writing a regular expression can sometimes be a lesson in patience when putting a pattern together to parse a log file or provide some sort of validation of input. Each time I need to … Continue reading

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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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Create a Mouse Cursor Tracker using PowerShell and WPF

Sometimes when you have a little bit of free time, you decide to build things just to see if you can do it regardless of how useful it might actually be. I think this might be one of those occasions. … Continue reading

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PowerShell and WPF: Ink Canvas

Today’s PowerShell and WPF topic is all about the Ink Canvas, which is a WPF control that gives you the opportunity to draw on it, just like MS Paint! There really isn’t a lot to this control and we can … Continue reading

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