While I’m updating it on a separate page I thought for the purpose of having a record and further tracking – it would be interesting to capture the state of the PowerShell knowledge in the Sitecore community here as well.
How do I get the PowerShell Console for Sitecore?
- Download the Console installation package from its Sitecore Shared Source page.
- Introductory documentation to PowerShell console on its Shared Source page.
Adam’s (101 level) blogs for PowerShell Console for Sitecore
- So what PowerShell Console for Sitecore is and what can it do for me?
- Sitecore PowerShell Console cheat sheet Part 1 & Part 2
- Sample scripts for Sitecore PowerShell Console
How PowerShell console can help you extend Sitecore?
- Continuous deployment in Sitecore with PowerShell
- Extending Sitecore ribbon with PowerShell scripts
- PowerShell driven Sitecore scheduled tasks
External Content helpful for Sitecore PowerShell Scripters
- Free PowerShell EBooks
- Sitecore Virtual User Group: An Introduction into PowerShell from a Sitecore .NET Developer
- PowerShell console in Sitecore Rocks – part of the Sitecore Rocks extension to Visual Studio
- psTerminal – not available yet (currently in development by Andrew Chumachenko of Sitecore UA) – introduced on Sitecore Virtual User Group Webinar.
The PowerShell co-nerds within Sitecore Community
Other people that did research in the field, adopted the console early and/or are knowledgeable in the subject:
- Jakob Christensen – Sitecore – Sitecore Rocks author – has alternative Sitecore PowerShell console (@TheRocksGuy
- Sitecore.PowerShell – Rocks PowerShell commandlets
- James Gardner – PS Console enthusiast – doing quite advanced stuff with the console (@iamdudley
- Nick Wesselman – co-author of Sitecore EviBlog (@techphoria414 – PS proponent.
- Alex Shyba – Sitecore US – advanced stuff with PowerShell deployment (@alexshyba
- Szymon Kuźniak – Cognifide – contributed commandlets to the console (@skuzniak)
- Marek Musielak – Cognifide – (@MarasM) great thanks to Marek for his help in integrating JQueryTerminal with the console)
- Great thanks to Lars Nielsen (@ln_sitecore) and Lars Birkholm Peters ([email protected]) for their support and encouragement for the project.
How can I contribute?
If you have any suggestions please email me: adam [at] najmanowicz.com or post within the Sitecore Shared Source Forum.
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