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Windows PowerShell in Action (utgåvan 2007)

av Bruce Payette

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Summary Windows PowerShell in Action, Second Edition is a completely revised edition of the bestselling book on PowerShell, written by Bruce Payette, one of the founding members of the Windows PowerShell team, co-designer of the PowerShell language, and the principal author of the PowerShell language implementation. The definitive book on PowerShell V2. About the Technology Windows PowerShell transformed the way administrators and developers interact with Windows. PowerShell, an elegant dynamic language from Microsoft, lets you script administrative tasks and control Windows from the command line. Because it's a full-featured, first-class Windows programming language, programmers and power-users can now do things in a shell that previously required VB, VBScript, or C#. About the Book This expanded, revised, and updated Second Edition preserves the original's crystal-clear introduction to PowerShell and adds extensive coverage of v2 features such as advanced functions, modules, and remoting. It includes full chapters on these topics and also covers new language elements and operators, events, Web Services for Management, and the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment. The First Edition's coverage of batch scripting and string processing, COM, WMI, and .NET have all been significantly revised and expanded. The book includes many popular usage scenarios and is rich in interesting examples that will spark your imagination. This is the definitive book on PowerShell v2! Who Should Read It Written for developers and administrators with intermediate level scripting knowledge. No prior experience with PowerShell is required. Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book. What's Inside Batch scripting, string processing, files, and XML PowerShell remoting Application of COM and WMI Network and GUI programming Writing modules and scripts ========================================​======= Table of Contents PART 1 Learning PowerShell Welcome to PowerShell Foundations of PowerShell Working with types Operators and expressions Advanced operators and variables Flow control in scripts PowerShell functions Advanced functions and scripts Using and authoring modules Module manifests and metadata Metaprogramming with scriptblocks and dynamic code Remoting and background jobs Remoting: configuring applications and services Errors and exceptions The PowerShell ISE and debugger,/LI. PART 2 Using PowerShell Working with files, text, and XML Extending your reach with .NET Working with COM Management objects: WMI and WS-MAN Responding in real time with eventing Security, security, security… (mer)
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Manning was kind enough to send me the eBook version of PowersShell In Action to review. At right around 1000 pages, you certainly couldn't ask for a more detailed book on PowerShell; nor could you ask for a more respected author - Bruce Payette was one of the original designers of the language. His insider knowledge really shows through the book, too. If you're a coder like me, you're probably often found yourself using some new technology and shaking your head in amazement, wondering what the designers possible could have been thinking when they wrote this or that feature.

In the case of PowerShell, you can wonder no more. Almost every controversial design decision that went into the script language is detailed by Mr. Payette; the pros and cons weighed, and the final arguments that tipped the balance in one direction or another are covered. It's extremely handy when you wonder "Why in the world can't I do X?" and then you find that X couldn't possibly work with Y, and you can easily do Y, and Y makes your job easier anyway.

The book is divided into two parts: First, a section on the language itself; loops and operators, data structures, and the basics of editing scripts, and second, what you might call "Real World PowerShell", where the intricacies of interacting with the Windows computer management system, the .Net framework, XML, and a few other things are covered. Both sections are covered in spectacular detail; it's my recommendation that you not use this book like a cookbook and dig through it trying to find how to accomplish a specific task - although there is an appendix with many common tasks - but instead, read at least the first section from beginning to end to grok the PowerShell mentality, and then read the parts of the second section that have specific application to your work. From the first section you'll pick up subtle details of the language, like the ability to put pipelines in if statements, and your code will be the better for it. Much of the second section won't be relevant to all developers - there's a chapter devoted to COM, for heaven's sake - but learning the details of the parts that are will be time well spent.

Payette has accomplished with this book an encyclopedia of knowledge combined with a sensibly organized and readable structure that allows you to go from one end to the other very easily. You certainly won't need any other PowerShell book on your shelf. ( )
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Summary Windows PowerShell in Action, Second Edition is a completely revised edition of the bestselling book on PowerShell, written by Bruce Payette, one of the founding members of the Windows PowerShell team, co-designer of the PowerShell language, and the principal author of the PowerShell language implementation. The definitive book on PowerShell V2. About the Technology Windows PowerShell transformed the way administrators and developers interact with Windows. PowerShell, an elegant dynamic language from Microsoft, lets you script administrative tasks and control Windows from the command line. Because it's a full-featured, first-class Windows programming language, programmers and power-users can now do things in a shell that previously required VB, VBScript, or C#. About the Book This expanded, revised, and updated Second Edition preserves the original's crystal-clear introduction to PowerShell and adds extensive coverage of v2 features such as advanced functions, modules, and remoting. It includes full chapters on these topics and also covers new language elements and operators, events, Web Services for Management, and the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment. The First Edition's coverage of batch scripting and string processing, COM, WMI, and .NET have all been significantly revised and expanded. The book includes many popular usage scenarios and is rich in interesting examples that will spark your imagination. This is the definitive book on PowerShell v2! Who Should Read It Written for developers and administrators with intermediate level scripting knowledge. No prior experience with PowerShell is required. Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book. What's Inside Batch scripting, string processing, files, and XML PowerShell remoting Application of COM and WMI Network and GUI programming Writing modules and scripts ========================================​======= Table of Contents PART 1 Learning PowerShell Welcome to PowerShell Foundations of PowerShell Working with types Operators and expressions Advanced operators and variables Flow control in scripts PowerShell functions Advanced functions and scripts Using and authoring modules Module manifests and metadata Metaprogramming with scriptblocks and dynamic code Remoting and background jobs Remoting: configuring applications and services Errors and exceptions The PowerShell ISE and debugger,/LI. PART 2 Using PowerShell Working with files, text, and XML Extending your reach with .NET Working with COM Management objects: WMI and WS-MAN Responding in real time with eventing Security, security, security

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