The PowerShell Framework project strives to provide tools and infrastructure for PowerShell developers. Main Goals:
- Reduce development time needed
- Improve Manageability of developed code
- Enhance scalability of code
- Enhance uniformity of user experience
The project’s modules
The PSFramework module is designed as a large toolkit, enabling simple integration of advanced features, manageability of code & scripts, as well as enhancements to the individual user’s experience.
- Advanced message & logging functionality
- Manage scripts & modules using DSC
- Simple Tab Completion
- Runspace-safe development
- PowerShell Scheduled tasks
The PSModuleDevelopment module provides tools for the developer, for interactive use or as part of build actions.
- Speed up test cycles
- Speed up debugging
- Refactoring tools
- Assembly/Typesystem tools
- Multilingual Help testing
The PSUtil module is designed for improving the efficiency of anybody using an interactive console. It includes useful utilities, helpers and other gadgets that make everyday console use just that little bit faster and more convenient.
- Keybindings for frequently needed functionalities
- Simple directory navigation to often needed folders
- String manipulation on the pipeline (
- Short aliases for commonly used commands (
- Lots of other utilities …
True expertise lies in teaching others. When it’s ready, PSDemo will help you present PowerShell to other people. Specifically, it will allow recording a PowerShell console and allows presenting simulated (or real) PowerShell execution using a regular presenter tool, without having to stay behind a keyboard during presentation.
No ETA yet, sorry :(