Custom PowerShell objects are one way to represent a set of data as a single object and so are PowerShell classes. In this article, take a look at some of the similarities and differences between the two object structures so that you can best define custom objects for your needs.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at how Protected Event Logging is implemented in Windows 10.
Jeff Hicks shares great information about the PSReadline module, which is now a default part of PowerShell.
In this series, Jeff Hicks discusses PowerShell and PSReadline.
Take your PowerShell class programming to the next level! Define constructors to simplify the creation of the classes, and use inheritance to create a hierarchy of classes and subclasses that inherit properties and methods.
PSReadline can take advantage of something called a key handler. You have already seen some of them in action like the Up and Down arrow keys.
In this series, Jeff Hicks introduces you to the features and benefits of PSReadLiine.
In this series, Jeff Hicks introduces you to the PSReadline module. This module packs a ton of functionality.
In part 3 of the PowerShell Class series, Missy Januszko discusses how to define methods to perform actions against an instance of the class.
Jeff Hicks shares tips on getting started using the features and commands of the PSReadline module.
In the second part of the series on PowerShell classes, learn how and where to declare constant values using Enums and explore the differences between enums and ValidateSet.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at the different ways Azure can be managed from the command line, including Cloud Shell, which is currently in preview.
Aidan Finn explains how to use the Azure Portal to deploy Azure Automation, install additional PowerShell modules, and ensure that all PowerShell modules are up to date.