PowerShell Picture Viewer using WPF and WPK

by Doug Finke on October 18, 2009

in PowerBoots,PowerScripting Podcast,PowerShell,PowerShell Pack,WPF,WPK

The Microsoft PowerShell team has released the PowerShell Pack. James Brundage blogs the details. So I re-worked the Picture Viewer using WPF with PowerBoots.



James Brundage, on the PowerScripting Podcast, explained, “WPK pays homage to Tcl/Tk”. It lets you create rich WPF user interfaces quickly and easily from Windows PowerShell.

So download PowerShell Pack, checkout WPK and the other goodies it has.

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