Microsoft has released a PowerApps Component Framework (PCF), to allow custom components to be created for PowerApps. The framework was quite expected by the community and a number of projects already started to create a number of components, for example: PCF Gallery. As developers, we tend to jump on such new frameworks and start playing … Continue reading Powershell to create a Canvas PowerApps Component Skeleton

System Administrators coming from the Linux world are accustomed to using SSH and bash scripts to manage remote machines. The same concept can be used for managing Windows machines through PowerShell by enabling the remoting feature. A number of articles are around explaining each command and how remoting in PowerShell works. Therefore, this article only … Continue reading Quick Steps to Enable Powershell Remoting

Before running any Azure PowerShell command you need to install the Azure PowerShell SDK on your machine. To check if you already have this installed run the command: PS C:\> Get-Module -ListAvailable Azure Directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Azure\PowerShell\ServiceManagement   ModuleType Version Name ExportedCommands ———- ——- —- —————- Manifest 1.0.1 Azure {Disable-   AzureServiceProjectRemoteDesktop, Enable-AzureSer…   … Continue reading Azure PowerShell SDK

Nuget packages are a popular way to distribute .NET libraries both internally and externally. Creating a nuget package from a project source is easy. In the command window, navigate to the project directory nuget spec nuget pack <Project>.csproj or Nuget pack <Project>.vbproj That is quite straightforward and easy to script. However this process has two … Continue reading Nuget Package Create through Powershell