We are excited to announce that our first preview release of PowerShellGet 3.0 is now available on the PowerShell Gallery. This is a major update to PowerShell’s experience for discovering, installing, updating and publishing PowerShell resources like modules, DSC resources, role capabilities and scripts.
The PowerShell 7 release marks a huge milestone for PowerShell, the community, and the team!
Today we released the first preview for PowerShell 7.1! This release includes a number of changes that did not make it in time for the 7.0 release.
Note this blog post is the third in a series on the releases of this module:
Secrets Management Development Release
Secrets Management Module Vault Extensions
We are excited to release a second preview of the Secret Management Module. Thanks to the tremendous feedback we received from the first preview release of this module,
Yes. This is yet another post about GridViews. We love them. You love them. What’s not to like?
If you’re not familiar with Out-GridView, it can be used to interactively view objects as a table allowing sorting and filtering. Many PowerShell users like to use it within a pipeline for interactive selection of objects that get processed later in the pipeline.
We are excited to announce that we have released a major update to the PowerShell extension for Visual Studio Code. This release contains months of architectural work that first shipped in our PowerShell Preview extension in November of 2019, along with incremental bug fixes in the intervening months.
Today, we’re happy to announce the Generally Available (GA) release of PowerShell 7.0! Before anything else, we’d like to thank our many, many open-source contributors for making this release possible by submitting code, tests, documentation, and issue feedback. PowerShell 7 would not have been possible without your help.