Tag Archives: xaml

PowerShell Server Inventory, Part 3: Viewing the Inventory using a UI

This post is part 3 in a 3 part series on building your own server inventory system using PowerShell. Staging the SQL database and tables (Part 1) Collecting server data and pushing to the SQL database (Part 2) Pulling the … 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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PowerShell And WPF: Canvas

In a previous article, I demonstrated adding a button to your created window and using it. I also mentioned that only 1 button could have been added due to the window treating that as a single child and that only … Continue reading

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PowerShell and WPF: Buttons

In my second installment of working with PowerShell and WPF, I will touch on the subject of Buttons.  They can be a pretty important part of your UI and should be treated as such. Ok, so buttons seem pretty simple; … Continue reading

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Building a Binary Clock with PowerShell

I was busy surfing the web when I could have been working on some PowerShell scripts (or doing yard work outside) when I came across a binary clock. I don’t quite remember how I got to the page showing a … Continue reading

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