PowerShell DeepDive: WPF, Data Binding and INotifyPropertyChanged

PowerShell can be used to create some nice UI front-ends using the Windows Presentation Framework (WPF). You can create anything from a simple popup window to a full-blown, self-contained application. A major concept in WPF is that of data binding. Data binding allows you to create some separation between the design of the UI and … Continue reading PowerShell DeepDive: WPF, Data Binding and INotifyPropertyChanged

Creating WPF GUI Applications with Pure PowerShell

When creating a GUI application in PowerShell, I usually use Visual Studio, or Blend for Visual Studio, to design a WPF application, then copy and run the XAML code in PowerShell. ┬áDesigning in VS is generally easier and quicker and creates less code, but it is also perfectly possible to create a WPF GUI using … Continue reading Creating WPF GUI Applications with Pure PowerShell