PowerShell Picture Viewer using WPF and WPK

by Doug Finke on October 18, 2009

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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