Managing Powershell collections graphically

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  • GraphicalTools

    Modules that mix PowerShell and GUIs/CUIs! - built on Avalonia and gui.cs

    A collection (eg array) can be the result of powershell command and it could contain a lot of objects but only a subset of them could be interesting. To facilitate the selection of data subset, exists a Powershell Cmdlet console-based GUI called Out-ConsoleGridView.

  • Gui.cs

    Cross Platform Terminal UI toolkit for .NET

    As you can see the tool is always integrated into the terminal because it has built on a cross platform UI toolkit based on a fantastic open source project called Terminal.Gui. Now you can select the objects by using space bar and than confirm the selection with enter. The result will be:

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