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| 3,354 downloads | Last Updated: 4/29/2016 | Latest Version: 0.1

This module enables you to retrieve a Unicode emoji as a string. Just run the command "emoji <emojiname>"! It even supports auto-completion of emoji names, so you can easily search for them.

| 1,787 downloads | Last Updated: 6/27/2016 | Latest Version: 1.0

Imports PowerShell ISE themes into the Windows Registry, using a single command called Import-ISETheme. This module can be used from the PowerShell ISE or the PowerShell Console Host.

| 1,185 downloads | Last Updated: 5/2/2016 | Latest Version: 0.1.6

This module enables you to post tweets. You need to configure the token.json file with your own details from https://apps.twitter.com. Create an application, and then generate an access token for the application. Run the Set-PoshTwitToken command to configure the 1) Consumer Secret, 2) Consumer Key, 3) Access Token, 4) Access Secret. Once you've do... More info

| 927 downloads | Last Updated: 5/3/2016 | Latest Version: 1.0

This module makes it easy to create new PowerShell modules, by creating a basic skeleton for them.

| 686 downloads | Last Updated: 10/31/2016 | Latest Version: 0.1.1

This PowerShell module enables you to switch between color themes for your saved PuTTY sessions easily.

| 650 downloads | Last Updated: 5/4/2016 | Latest Version: 0.1

The AWS PowerShell Extensions are intended to provide a pleasant user experience on top of the core, official Amazon Web Services (AWS) PowerShell module.

| 581 downloads | Last Updated: 3/31/2016 | Latest Version: 0.3.2

This PowerShell module enables interaction with the Microsoft Azure Storage Queue service, beyond what's provided in the core Azure.Storage PowerShell module. For example, you can put messages onto a queue, retrieve messages, and delete messages. You can use the functions in this PowerShell module to write distributed applications that pr... More info

| 520 downloads | Last Updated: 4/9/2016 | Latest Version: 0.1

This module makes it easy to calculate the has of an input string.

| 432 downloads | Last Updated: 5/14/2016 | Latest Version: 0.1

This module helps to simplify the conversion of a command invocation to Splatting. Usage: 1. In PowerShell ISE, navigate the caret to the line you want to splat. Then, go to the console window, and type "splatise." 2. Call "splat" directly, passing in a string containing the command you want to splat.