| 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 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.