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PowerShell Gadget April 4, 2007

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1. Using .NET Components from Vista Sidebar Gadgets « Andrew Peters’ Blog - April 4, 2007

[…] .NET Components from Vista Sidebar Gadgets Sometimes, when developing a non-trivial gadget, you need the full power of good old .NET. Fear not, with just a little bit of tasty COM […]

2. kfarmer - April 5, 2007

Again, very nifty. But I’m thinking — generalize it into a console application hoster. Then in the options, you can specify the app to be hosted (powershell, ironpython, cmd, etc), and whether the flyout shows up automatically when the control has focus. Maybe pick up the exe’s icon and use that in the UI.

Personally, I think you’ve already done all the hard work. :)

3. Andrew Peters’ Blog » Blog Archive » Using .NET Components from Vista Sidebar Gadgets - April 7, 2007

[…] when developing a non-trivial gadget, you need the full power of good old .NET. Fear not, with just a little bit of tasty COM […]

4. tv brackets - April 3, 2008

Can this gadget be used for classic minigames?


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