Sitecore Powershell Extensions talk at London Sitecore User Group March 2016
Recently I got the opportunity to give a talk on Sitecore Powershell Extensions at the London Sitecore Tech User group.
There was a video taken on the night, so if you couldn’t make the talk and want to watch it, it’s just below. Unfortunately there was an issue with the recording and some audio was lost, but I’ve supplied a voiceover for that part to cover what was missed:
If you’re interested, I have uploaded some of the materials from the talk:
- The slide deck of the talk
- A Sitecore package of the demo scripts
- A Sitecore package of supporting items + templates for the scripts
Bear in mind that if you use the packages, you’ll need to have SPE installed first. See just below for links!
Here are the links to the good stuff:
- Sitecore Powershell Extensions in the Sitecore Marketplace
- The Sitecore Powershell Extensions GitBook manual
One of the questions I was asked a couple of times after the talk was whether you are able to debug scripts in Sitecore Powershell Extensions. I was using version 3.3 in the demo, which did not have this feature, but the very newly released version 4.0 comes with full debugging support!
Here’s a video from Adam Najmanowicz demonstrating the new debugging functionality:
Pretty great, huh?